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Full text of "Sou'wester Yearbook"

Southwestern 
University 




2000-2001 



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Table of Contents 7 



We eat here. 

We sleep here 




We dream here. 



We work here. 



We play here. 
We live here 




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And these are 



our memories. 




DORM 

Living in 



Sophomores 
Alej andra 
Rodri guez 
and Jack 
Z i n d a 
relax 
while 
watching a 
volleyball 
game out 
behind 
Moody- 
Shearn . 

Sophomore 
Dana 
Sanders 
practices 
piano in 
the foyer 
of Mabee. 



photo by Gaby Frey 



Sophomores Audrey Allen and Leslie Thomas build a frame for their 
fouton in their common room in Mabee. photo by Gaby Frey 

10 Dorm Life 



Junior Isaac Smith wrestles with his! 
umbrella outside of Moody-Shearn . 



LIFE 

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Sophomores 
Victoria 
Edwards and 
Justin 
Landry hang 
out on 

Victoria's 
couch in 
Moody- 
Shearn . 

photo by 

Brandy Fyffe 





The 
volleyball 
court behind 
Moody- 
Shearn was a 
new addi tion 
this year. 
Many 
students 
enjoyed a 
game or two 
duri ng sunny 
weather . 
photo: G . 
Frey 



Senior Dawn 
lenter . 



Korthals types away on her computer in the Lord Sophomore Austin Ivey 

photo by Brandy Fyffe showerin Moody-Shearn . 



takes in the spring 
photo:B. Fyffe 

Dorm Life 11 



R ESIDENCE 

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Photographs provided by April Brinkmeye 




Junior Jason De La 
Rosa and Junior 
Karen Adamson run 
around campus 
during the RA/SA 
training week . 

Junior Lulu Bri tan 
discusses how to 
be the best RA you 
can be while 
Junior Eric 

Segers, Sophomore 
Nicole Kosarek, 
and staff listen 
i ntently . 



Juniors 
G a b e 
Hatcher , 
K e 1 1 e y 
H a y d e n , 
Andrew 
F r o e 1 i c h 
and Tim 
G a n d r e 
work 
together . 
Senior 
D o n n y 
Edwards 
leads a 
discussion. 



Front: Jenny Getson, Heather Yoder, Valerie Taylor, Amanda Kelly, Claire Campbell, Sunni Petty, April 
Brinkmeyer. Middle: Kia Carter , Jenni fer Meckel, Karen Adamson, Carla Sterner, Kelly Hayden, Yesenia 
Garcia, Julie Heaslet, Natalie Munoz, Daniel Morris, Jason De La Rosa, Nicole Kosarek, Amanda Krcha, 
Aaron Rohre, Sarah Wise, Donny Edwards, Jackie Piatt, Tim Gandre, Tina Randers, Mike Leese, Back: 
Hillary Maymon, Eric Segers, Andrew Froelich, Chris Perri , Gabe Hatcher, Sean O'Brien, Brent Webster, 
Ty Wilson, Nandan Gad, Lulu Britain, Cheri Gardner, Beau Gratzer, Mark Jurica. 

12 Residence Life Staff 




Sophomore 
Nandan Gad and 
Senior Donny 
Edwards talk 
about RA 

responsibilities. 

■ e i n g an RA 
isn't all hard 
work. These 
RA' s seem to be 
having a 
time 
hulahoops 

Junior 
Hatcher 
made fun 
Dr. Mike 
and Junior Sean 
O'Brien. 
Junior Jackie 
Piatt and 

Sophomore Chris 
Perry enjoy 
entertai nment- - 
RA-style. 



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The great legacy of construction at Southwestern continues. This year the Charline Hamblin McCombs 
Residential Center was completed. Workers continued to put the finishing touches on the apartments as the 
school year began and students were becoming settled. The buildings were dedicated at a ceremony on April 
25, 2001 with Mr. and Mrs. Red McCombs present, and yellow roses were planted in honor of Mrs. McCombs 

14 McCombs Residential Center 



King Crea 




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Alumnus Joey 
King, 29 , 
founder of the 
Ki ng Creati vi ty 
Fund helps to 
promote 
original and 
inventive 
research in all 
fields of study 
a t 

Southwestern . 




Meagan Lyons, Casey 
Douglas, Joi Lakes, 
and Stephanie 
Arsenault banded 
together and 
recieved a grant 
which they used to 
start the student 
run tv station: 
ARGH. 

Senior Karen Harton 
was one of the 
reci pi ents for the 
grant this year. She 
used the funds to 
create "Nine 
Paitings: Nature 'Re- 
Presented'" which was 
displayed in the art 
gallery in the FAB. 



In 2000, Southwestern Univer- 
sity alumnus Joey King, age 29, do- 
nated $500,000 to his alma mater to 
establish the King Creativity Fund, 
which annually supports "innovative 
and visionary projects" of enrolled 
students . 

The fund supports up to 20 
projects in any given academic year 
with each grant award ranging up to 
$1500 per project. 

Creative projects can be car- 
ried out on Southwestern ' s campus or 
at another institution or laboratory. 
Projects from all disciplines are eli- 
gible and multidi sci pli nary projects 
are especially encouraged. 

Grants are awarded by a six- 
member committee composed of four stu- 
dents, representing the fine arts, the 
humanities, the natural sciences, and 
the social sciences, as well as a fac- 
ulty advisor and an administrative 
advisor. With the exception of its 
inaugural year, student committee mem- 
bers will be drawn from the list of 
students who have been awarded a King 
Creativity Grant in previous years. 

Committee members base awards 
on their creative merit, the sound- 
ness of the proposal, their feasibil- 
ity, potential for educational enhance- 
ment, qualifications of the student 
project directors, and budget projec- 
tions. 

King Creativity Grant recipi- 
ents will present the results of their 
projects at an annual symposium to be 
held in the spring of each year. King 
plans to attend each year. 

story and photos courtesy Southwest- 
ern University Website. 



King Creativity Fund 15 




Where the Kings and Queens Rule 

As the year 2000 made its way into the 
hearts of Southwestern students, the "Kings" 
and "Queens" gathered for a night of fun 
in Mood-Bridwell Hall. Party-goers ar- 
rived in short dresses, suits, and even 
tall pink wigs. This party began the fes- 
tivities known as Coming-Out Week. Al- 
though the ball is traditionally held at 
the end of this week, it was moved to the 
beginning of the week due to the impending 
fall break. Inside the walls of Mood- 
Bridwell, students danced and admired the 
costumes of the many participants. A cos- 
tume contest for the best "King" and "Queen" 
were held. This year Jenna Peter and Rob- 
ert March were crowned King and Queen, 
respectively. Fun was had by all. 



Senior Gordon Kelley and Junior Jason Cocek 
flaunt their outfits for all the "Kings" and 
"Queens" present at the ball. 



Freshman Catherine Bencivenga and Junior Sophomore Mary Browne and Junior 

Mitchell Galloway-Edgar take a break from Ronnie Baker show off their 

the dance floor to chat and pose for a outfits as well as a little bit 

photo. of skin as they prepare for this 

16 Drag Ball year ' s Drag Bal1 - 




Junior Ronnie 
Baker and 

Senior Robert 
"Bob-0" March, 
the "Queen of 
Drag Ball", 
pucke r their 
lips trying 
hard to 

impress the 
photographer 
and fellow 
party-goers . 
Many styles of 
^. drag were 
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drag diva to 
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Sophomore Jenna Peter, this 
year's Drag Ball "King", 
enters Drag Ball strutting 
her stuff. Jenna looked 
pimpadelic in a long, 
shaggy, green overcoat, a 
panama hat, and some killer 
shades . 



Sophomore Mary Beth Kopsovitch, 
Junior Becky Lynch, Junior Ronnie 
Baker, and Sophomore Laura Cora 
dance the night away while laugh- 
ing it up for a photo. 

photos contributed by Randall Peery 

Drag Ball 17 



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Sig boys boogie down and get groovy with some funky 
dance moves from the disco era. 



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18 SING! 



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Junior Hannah Jarrell cringes in fear 





Phi Lambs impersonate the Fab Four with some acoustical 
stylings and sparkling duds. 

Senior Betsy Knight shows her astonishment at some wild 
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SING! 19 




Mrs. Jane 
Woodman 
S c h r u m 
(kneeling, 
far r i ght ) 
gathers with 
generations 
of Tri Delta 
sisters at 
Homecomi ng . 
photo by 
T a y 1 
Jones . 



Mrs. Helen Black 

McAllister '49, member of 
the Board of Trustees, 
speaks about her 

experience at Southwestern 
at the annual Scholarship 
Dinner held at Homecoming. 
Each year students come 
together to meet thei r 
scholarship donors and 
give thanks. photo by 
Taylor Jones. 

20 Homecoming 



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African- 
American 
students 
share thei r 
stories at 
the annual 
African- 
American 
luncheon 
held during 
Homecoming, 
photo by 
Taylor 
Jones . 

ecoming 21 



^fie OQA Suspension 

When The Storm Broke 



Story by 
Sara A 
Springfield. 
Printed in 
Megaphone 
on 2-22-01 

Yet an- 
other con- 
troversial 
issue has been 
plaguing SU's 
inboxes. But this 
time, serious measures 




Southwestern 
campus is. 
Sophomore Blayne 
Naylor, whose grand 
pparents live in Sun City, 
i A said this: "I definitely 
h! think that whoever it was 
^should write a formal apol- 
ogy, and possibly do some 
1 community service type of work 
in Sun City so that he/she/ 
they can see that they are more 
that just a bunch of old people. 
You only have to be 55 to live 
there, and I'm sure there are 



have been taken, the campus has students at Southwestern whose par 
become divided and Southwestern 



made the national news. It all 



ents are over 55. If seniors 



were recognized in the same way 
began last week when a car parked that ethn1c minorities and homo _ 

out by Sun City emblazoned with 



the words 'Die Oldies, you Suck, 
We Hate Old People' was discov- 
ered by a Sun City resident. Sun 



sexuals are, it would probably be 
considered a hate crime by the 
police, and then the individuals 
who did it would have something 



City, who has had a good rela- more serious t0 worry about . 
tionship with Southwestern, was Another student , Chad Beaty agrees 
shocked by this blatant disregard W1tn giavne 



for respect. 
"I wanted to know what the motive 
was. I was surprised to find out 
that someone from Southwestern did 
this. We have always been im- 
pressed with how polite the stu- 
dents are," Sun City neighborhood 



"I am not sure if there was a 
reason for the event or whether 
it was just a prank. I do not 
believe what happened was a good 
thing. The prank was just an act 
of hate, and all hate crimes should 
face penalties that are equiva- 



representative Robert Fears lent t th d caused j 
stated. fc 



Sun City 'residents' have expressed 
emotions from anger and sadness 
to fear for their well-being, and 
have likened the event to a hate 
crime. 

"It kind of leaves you with a 
scary feeling. Georgetown is a 
safe town. We sometimes leave 
our doors unlocked. I cannot be- 
lieve that Southwestern would al- L _ 
low people in the school of that ^ 
caliber. We're not just sittings 
in rocking chairs out here. We.c 
are very active in the community. ™ 
We're really not a bunch of grumpy 171 
old people!" Sun City resident >* 
Barbara Wolfe said. 

Sun city residents are obviously o 

not divided on this issue, thef 

22 The Kappa Alpha Suspension 



would never support or defend any- 
one involved in a prank of sheer 




hatred," he said. 
As to what penalties the student/ 
s should face Chad is not sure. 
"Students who believe they shoulc 
prosecute make me uncomfortable. 
Many students decided that it wa< 
their job to judge the people whc 
acted out the prank. The judg- 
ments were expressed though cam- 
pus wide [e-mails] , giving people 
who were unaware of the prank false 
impressions. I would hope thai 
no one would condone the issue j 
but I believe gathering hate fot 
these students is an act of hate 
itself," he explained. 
One student, who wishes to remair 
anonymous, believes that the in- 
cident should not be taken toe 
seriously. 

"I think that it's important te 
note that the car belonged to i 
student, not a Sun City resident 
and hat it was a practical joke- 
I don't think the offenders, who-) 
ever they are, really meant tc 
wish any harm on the residents o1i 
Sun City. Once again, the SI 
community has blown the whole thin^i 
out of proportion," the student 
said. 

Many other students, bot angry a1 
the situation and not angry about 
it, have expressed their opinion? 
through campus-wide e-mails. 
It has been determined that thi< 
incident was carried out by mem-i 
bers of the Xi Chapter of the: 
Kappa Alpha Order. 
The next drama, which further in- 
creased campus division, occurrec 
on Monday night (Feb. 19th). 
In a campus-wide e-mail from Presi- 
dent Jake 
Schrum, it was 
announced that 
the Xi Chapter 
of the Kapp; 
Alpha Order wa5 
to be Suspendee 
until Spring 
2005. 

The decision was 
made in conjunc- 
tion with the 
Kappa Alpha Or- 
der National Or- 
ganization. 
In the past sev- 
eral weeks, sev- 




Ural members of the organization 
had been placed on probation, and 
iDOth former Southwestern Presi- 
dent Roy Shilling and President 
Schrum had previously issued warn- 
ings to the Xi Chapter concerning 
nhe fraternity's conduct. 

[\ccording to Schrum, the decision 
to disband Southwestern' s Kappa 
Upha Order was based on isolated 
incidents involving safety vio- 
lations, alcohol violations, per- 
sonal conduct violations, physi- 
:al and verbal abuse, and at least 
:wo incidents of racial slurs, 
vhich occurred in the last 30 days. 

,|\t a press conference Tuesday morn- 
ling, the e-mail was read aloud by 

, bchrum, and a town meeting fol- 

. ,:Owed. 

' Uhen asked how he felt about dis- 

.panding the Xi Chapter of which 
he used to be a member himself, 

'Schrum said, "I am grieved." 

'' He also reminded listeners that 
i' [Southwestern University is] sus- 
pending an organization at South- 
western, not its members. Chap- 
:er members of Kappa Alpha Order 
it Southwestern University are mem- 
)ers of out community and their 
continued education and matura- 
:ion process remain our concern 
md our goal . " 

lany outraged and saddened stu- 
ients attended the meeting, as 
well as students who felt that 
:his decision was the right and 
>roper one. 
"he meeting had a serous tone to 



it and although both "sides" were 
present, all students were polite 
and cordial to one another. 
We have yet to see if the deci- 
sion will be appealed by Kappa 
Alpha members. 

The Kappa Alpha House will be 
closed at the end of this week, 
when active Kappa Alpha members 
must then move out their belong- 
ings. 

Off-campus apartments are being 
provided for those who lived in 
the house, and several KA members 
are opting to stay on campus. 
The KA members refused to comment 
on any of the issues. 
This is the second suspension of 
a Kappa Alpha chapter in Texas 
this year, the first being at the 
University of North Texas. 



However, Larry Wiese, executive 
director of the Kappa Alpha Order's 
national organization, said in re- 
sponse to Southwestern' s dicision 
that "although these two disci- 
plinary actions in Texas are re- 
lated in timing, they are not simi- 
lar in circumstances. However, 
it is clear we need to examine 
and implement programs to prevent 
this from happening in the fu- 
ture. " 

According to a press release by 
Stewart Harvey for the KA National 
Administrative Office located in 
Lexington, Virginia, undergradu- 
ate members of all KA chapters in 
Texas and Oklahoma voted to ban 
display of the Confederate flag 
from any KA property or event. 
At Southwestern' s press confer- 
ence, Schrum commented that 
"Southwestern' s Core Values had 
been here long before I got here. 
The issue here, I think, is whether 
any Southwestern student, staff 
or faculty member are going to 
walk the walk, or just talk the 
talk." 

When asked if Southwestern feared 
that the recent incidents would 
make it harder to attract a more 
diverse student population, Schrum 
said he does not think so. 
"Hopefully, prospective students 
may be heartened by this dicision," 
he said. 

The Xi Chapter of Southwestern 
University's Kappa Alpha Order will 
have its charter revoked in Au- 
gust, 2001. 




The Kappa Alpha Suspension 23 




Franceanna 
Campagna , 
Aaron 
Johnson , 
Laura 
Wilson, 
Josh 
Batenhorst , 
Chris 
Stout, and 
Becky Lynch 
cavort as a 
theatre 
troupe . 
photo by 
Allen Cote. 



Senior Mariko Buser, Sophomore David Bowers, and Freshman Jeff 
James await the verdict in Execution of Justice, photo by 
., „ _,., Allen Cote. 

24 Theatre Productions 



Michael Pappas as 
Albert Einstein 
and Chris Meyers as 
Pablo Picasso meet 
at the Lapin Agile 
as Aaron Johnson 
playing the 

bartender and 
ar i ko Buser , his 
girlfriend, look 
on. photo courtesy 
Fine Arts 

Department . 



Franceanna 
Campagna as 

Rosencranz and 
Lawrence Kern as 
Gi Idenstern play a 
game of heads and 
tails as Mark 
Riddel as Hamlet 
and Katherine 
Clouser as his 
love meet in the 
background, photo 
by Allen Cote. 




Sophomore Meg Allen rocks out up in the 
catwalk as she does sound for a show, 
photo by Sarah Meyer. 

Theatre Productions 25 



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Vaaina Monologues 



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photoiA.Ackermanni 



Excerpt from Eve Ensler's 
The Vagina Monologues 

"I bet you're worried. I 
was worried. That's why I began 
this piece. I was worried about 
vaginas. I was worried about what 
we think about vaginas, and even 
more worried that we don't think 
about them. I was worried about 
my own vagina. It needed a con- 
text of other vaginas-- a commu- 
nity, a culture of vaginas. 
There's so much darkness and se- 
crecy surrounding them-- like the 
Bermuda Triangle. Nobody ever 
reports back from there. 

In the first place, it's 
not so easy even to find your 
vagina. Women go weeks, months, 
sometimes years without looking 
at it. I interviewed a high- 
powered businesswoman who told me 
she was too busy; she didn't have 
the time. Looking at your va- 
gina, she said, is a full day's 
work. You have to get down there 
on your back in front of a mirror 
that's standing on its own, full- 
length preferred. You've got to 
get in the perfect position, with 
the perfect light, which then is 
shadowed somehow by the mirror 
and the angle you're at. You get 
all twisted up. You're arching 
your head up, killing your back. 
You're exhausted by then. She 
said she didn't have the time for 
that. She was busy. 

So I decided to talk to 
women about their vaginas, to do 
vagina interviews, which became 
vagina monologues. I talked with 
over two hundred women. I talked 
to older women, young women, mar- 
ried women, single women, les- 
bians, college professors, actors, 
corporate professionals, sex work- 
ers, African American women, His- 
panic women, Asian American women, 
Native American women, Caucasian 
women, Jewish women. At first 

26 Vagina Monologues 




Vagina Carnival 



Junior Annie Londos holds her goddess 




All photos: Mitchell Galloway-Edgar 




A group of 
students 
enjoys the 
f esti vi ties . 



Junior Annie 
Londos and 
Seniors 
Matthew 
Brown and 
Dawn 
Korthals si t 
i n the shade 
at the 

i nf ormat i on 
table duri ng 
the 
carni val . 



Senior Dawn Korthals 
and Sophomores Megan 
Lea and Melissa 
Whited get to work 
decorating their 
"vaginas" at the 
carnival. The 

vagina carnival is 
an event which 
promotes the voicing 
of women ' s i ssues as 
well as helping the 
campus commu n i ty 
come together to 
talk about these 
issues. There was 
information and a 
di scussion group to 
further these aims 
at the carnival. 



women were reluctant to talk. 
They were a little shy. But once 
they got going, you couldn't stop 
them. Women secretly love to talk 
about their vaginas. They get 
very excited, mainly because no 
one's ever asked them before. 

Let's just start with the 
word 'vagina.' It sounds like an 
infection at best, maybe a medi- 
cal instrument: 'Hurry, Nurse, 
bring me the vagina.' 'Vagina.' 
'Vagina. ' Doesn't matter how many 
times you say it, it never sounds 
like a word you want to say. It's 
a totally ridiculous, completely 
unsexy word. If you use it dur- 
ing sex, trying to be politically 
correct-- 'Darling, could you 
stroke my vagina?'-- you kill the 
act right there. 

I'm worried about vaginas, 
what we call them and don't call 
them. 

In Great Neck, they call it 
a pussycat. A woman there told 
me that her mother used to tell 
her, 'Don't wear panties under- 
neath your pajamas, dear; you need 
to air out your pussycat.' In 
Westchester they called it a 
pooki , in New Jersey a twat. 
There's 'powderpox', 'derriere,' 
a 'poochi,' a 'poopi,' a 'peepe,' 
a 'poopelu,' a 'poonani,' a 'pal' 
and a 'piche,' 'toadie,' 'dee 
dee,' 'nishi,' 'dignity,' 'mon- 
key box,' 'coochi snorcher, ' 
'labbe,' 'Gladys 
' VA , ' ' wee wee , 
'nappy dugout,' 
paj ama , ' ' f annyboo , ' 
' a ' ghouli e , ' ' pos- 
sible,' 'tamale,' 'tottita,' 
'Connie,' a 'Mimi' in Miami, 
'split knish' in Philadelphia, and 
'schmende' in the Bronx. I am 
worried about vaginas." 



Vagina Carnival 27 



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Joyce Carol Oates visits a Southwestern classroom to discuss her book Blonde . Later 

that day Oates gave a lecture for the entire campus community. 

photos by Sarah Meyer 

28 Joyce Carol Oates Lecture 




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Renowned feminist 
author bell hooks, 
put her mark on SU by 
delivering a 
powerfully moving 
speech. She spoke 
to the campus about 
love, gender & race 
relations, and 
cultural perceptions, 
bell hooks ' speech 
had a unique impact 
on subjects 
pertai ni ng to SU such 
as the McCombs gun 
collection, the KA 
incident, and the 
lack of diversity at 
SU. 
photos by Taylor Jones 



)ell hooks signs books while surrounded by Niquinn Fowler, Melissa Taylor, and Gwen Green. 

bell hooks 29 



Controversy on Campus 

Story by *Mary Jane VaCetti 
Tfiotograjpfiy by *ACCen Cote 

Controversy ran rampant tionately referred to by stu- 

across Southwestern this year, dents as the "Penis Enviers"), 

as two opposing factions clashed has also gained attention on 

over their rights to freedom campus, and has been very ac- 




of speech and religious expres- 
sion, with no less than the fu- 
ture of democracy at stake. The 
issues at hand were dealt with 
every bit as seriously and pas- 
sionately as the sit-ins and 
protests of old, 
with an abundance 
of name-calling and 
finger pointing 
from both sides, 
and the true mark 
of a pol i ti cally 
aware activist: 
graffiti . 

The origins 
of the battle hark 
back to the time- 
less tale of Jesus 
Christ; his birth, 
death, and resur- 
rect i on ; and the 
ensuing religious 
fervor surrounding 
his popular quips 
(even before he be- 
came a Superstar) . 
In recent years, a 
powerful Christian 
sect whose members 
refer to themselves 
as "Jesus Freaks" 
has sprung up in the Southwest- 
ern community, spreading the 
message of Christ, and sharing 
his love through their speech 
and actions; "They pounced on 
me like a pack of hungry wolves, 
and told me to convert or burn 
in hell," as one student de- 
scribes her experience with the 
disciples. 

An organization whose 
ideals often run counter to many 
traditionally held Christian be- 
liefs, Feminist Voices (affec- 
30 Controversy on Campus 



tive in promoting their views 
on the position of women within 
society; one student, when asked 
about his encounters with the 
organization, was quick to re- 
spond "Feminist who?" Early 




llse #420 for the Jesus Video. 



spring saw the performance of 
The Vagina Monologues , a se- 
ries of skits, dialogue, and 
monologues by various women, 
designed to create awareness and 
allow women to become more com- 
fortable with their body by 
throwing off the stigma asso- 
ciated with the word "vagina", 
and its often-negative conno- 
tations. One of the more sur- 
prising conflicts surrounding 
the performances was the ap- 
pearance of the word "vagina" 



(Mandatory 'Marijuana Ticturt 

written in chalk on sidewalk 
around the Southwestern campus 
inciting cries of pornography 
and forcing administration ti 
take a stance on the legalit; 
of chalk writing on the side 
walks. While the responsibb 
party remains as yet unknown 

it is believed thai 
this act was designee 
to further the pur 
pose of the Mono) 
logues by allowin 
people to become morf 
comfortable with see 
ing the word "vagina; 
on their daily wal 
to class , and simul. 
taneously creating 
advertising for tY\\ 
performances . 

The vagina: 
were simply washe 
off the sidewalk, am 
nothing more was sail 
on the i ssue for sev/ 
eral months. Admin 
istration eventually 
cracked under th 
pressure of Stephe 
Smajstrla and hi 
gang of blackboar 
rebels , who had bee 
in hiding on the Aca 
demic Mall for three straigh 
nights (except the Wednesda; 
when it rained); and sidewal 
chalking was again made legal 
ensuring that no one would writ 
on the sidewalks for many weeks 
Controversy was again stirre 
up, however, with the arriva 
of gifts in all students' mail 
boxes from a national Chris 
tian organization: a vide 
chronicling the life of Jesu 
Christ, featuring a cover phot 
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ke Nicholas Cage. The non- of the Cullen building; the ther tension, and the possi- 

ristian population of South- sheer magnitude of the destruc- bility of bloodshed. Georgetown 

stern (comprised of a Junior tion was indescribable. "I saw police are expected to react 

med "Timmy" who refers to his it [the toes] , and was immedi- quickly and efficiently to any 

ganization as "The Power of ately reminded of the racial civil unrest, promising a new 

e") was quick to respond, slurs in the 'Tunnel of Oppres- plan that entails "the eradi- 

ting the Supreme Court rul- sion'," one student painfully cation of all Southwestern Uni- 

gs on religion in public in- remembered; "We have to make versity students." The Jesus 

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•j sti tutions ; the ensuing e-mail 
battles were devastating, claim- 
ing several lives and many hours 
of sleep. The argument was made 
that if the Penis Enviers could 

i|write "vagina" on the sidewalk, 
then the Jesus Freaks could pass 
out videos; a counter argument 

iwas presented that "vagina" is 
just a body part, and they could 

(lijust as well have 
written "toe" every- 
where. Jesus Freaks 
across campus 

ijquickly jumped into 

faction - or maybe i t 

ejwas the Penis Envi- 
ers... though i t could 
quite possibly have 
been a rogue chalker 
seeki ng to i nsti gate 
riot: in actual- 

afity , no one i s qui te 

Ipure who was respon- 
sible for the graf- 
f i ti , nor of the mo- 
tives for their ac- 
tions. Regardless , 
within days there 
■vere toes everywhere: 
written in front of 
the McCombs building, 
)n the sidewalks sur- 
rounding the Mall, on 

j the steps and walls 



people aware that this is hap- 
pening in our own town." An- 
other student offered her in- 
sight into the situation: "It's 
just like that R.E.M. song 'It's 
the End of the World', you 
know?" 

The conflict remains un- 
resolved, and the onset of a 
new semester foreshadows fur- 




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Freaks and the Penis Enviers 
are readying themselves for the 
upcoming battles, preparing 
fresh rhetoric and cliches, as 
the campus community fearfully 
awaits the apocalypse. The fu- 
ture does not look bright for 
the sidewalks of Southwestern, 
but the spokesperson for Femi- 
nist Voices remains optimistic: 
"We've been rec- 
tally inserting 
bugs in all new 
members . " 






lUe TinafWorcC 



The opin- 
ions expressed do 
not necessarily 
reflect the views 
of Sou 'wester or 
its staff; all 
names, faces, and 
vaginas have been 
withheld to pro- 
tect the inno- 
cent. Please di- 
rec t all com- 
ments, criti- 
cisms, and 
cliches to 
vi rginalyi nsflutmail .con . 
Have a nice day. 



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Sophomores 
Sarah Winn 
and Lily 
H o a n g 
participate 
in poetry 
night at 
the 
Milkbar. 
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gather ings 
here were a 
common 
sight as it 
was a prime 
place for 
discussion 
on campus. 



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aniel Wall, and Junior Mark heart out to a responsive Bautista reads poetry 
iddell perform for a full house crowd. Students often came from her journal during 



Junior Andrew 
F r o e 1 i c h 
entertains the 



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hoto by Sarah Meyer 



to support their peers as they poetry night at the Milkbar crowd 



performed . 

photo by B/andy Fyffe 



Milkbar where original with his unique 
expression was always vocal stylings. 
encouraged. photos by Sarah Meyer. 

Korouva Milkbar 33 



Story fay Misty 'McLauafitin 

I'm not actually sure how 
I got to be the lucky one to 
write about study abroad. I 
mean, don't get me wrong, "ef- 
fervescent" hardly begins to 
describe my explosive, grinning, 
overwhelmingly exuberant re- 
sponse when asked about how it 
was to spend the fall this year 
in London-but let's face it, 
rarely can you find a less en- 
ergetic response from anyone who 
has studied abroad, anytime, 
anywhere, on any program. The 
great irony is that many would 
say traveling away has been 
their best experience at South- 
western, and that's not to de- 
value the rest of our four 
(okay, plus) years here. But 
when else in your life can you 
really break away from your 
highly-established lifestyle 
and, with maybe two suitcases 
and a backpack in hand, move 
six thousand miles away for four 
months? When else can you catch 
student fares on the Eurostar 
(that fabulous chunnel train), 
plop down in youth hostels for 
$8 a night, pack for 12 days 
straight without washing 
clothes, and travel to eight 
countries on weekends and holi- 
days, five out of which you 
don't understand more of the 
language than bonjour, ciao, 
drachma, gilder, and chocolates? 
And when else can you live all 
day every day in the tightest 
of urban quarters in one of the 
world's largest cities with 
people you probably haven't 
known well before, and still 
carve out a niche or a nook for 
yourself somewhere? 

When my beautiful but 
cramped one - room- for - fou r - 
people flat began to overflow 
(and I promise that is not a 
complaint about Kensington 
House, our "renovated nine- 
teenth-century townhouse" in one 
of the most posh burroughs of 
London), my place of respite 
became Hyde Park, a ten-minute 
walk from our crowded metro- 
politan Cromwell Road. Bus- 
34 Study Abroad 



S <t ii cd r 



Getting on 




R i c a r d o 
Romani llos , 
Misty 
McLaughlin , 
Bill 
McClain, and 
J i 1 1 i a n 
P a 1 m i e r i 
stop outside 
the Hampton 
Court Palace 
in London. 

J i 1 1 i a n 
P a 1 m i e r i 

and Beth The London Crew: Danielle Jamar, Nellie Valverde, Stephani 

Bonnette Pennington, Ally Mabry, Rhianna Simes, Jillian Palmieri 

visit Dover Jocylen Fournet, Leela Rice, Patrick Waller, Josh Lellis 

Castle. Todd Hendricks, Sarah Childress, Ryan McFarlin, Laur 

Lumpkin, Natalie Munoz, Corey Williams, Bill McClain, Mand 

Brown, Misty McLaughlin, Ricardo Romani llos , Breann 

Rollings, Adam Krohn, Camilia Van Camp, Christina Gillett 

Rebecca Pierce, Jenny Carlson, Kate Olden, Michelle Morris 

Beth Bonnette. 







tling past other Londoners, who 
constitute an easi ly- identi f i - 
able species in themselves as 
they scurry quickly along in 
their dark colors and their 
hurry to catch whichever oft- 
delayed tube line they rely on 
for daily transport, I would 
stroll down Gloucester Road, 
past its tiny patisseries, open 
fruit stands, and many pubs, 
past Imperial College, always 
waiting at the zebra crossings 
for the enormous double-decker 
coaches (that's buses in Ameri- 
can-speak) and patent black cabs 
to whiz by...duck across the 



street and finally through the 
arching park gates. Like man> 
places around the greenest citj 
in Europe, these gates prove 
the entrance into an entirely 
transformed world where you anc 
a host of British city-dwell- 
ers can lose yourselves and an> 
conception of the largeness o1 
London life in an enchanting 
realm of magic and illusion. 
Imagine a flower walk, replete 
with side-paths and willow-tree 
overhangs; envision Kensingtor 
Palace, where Princess Diana 
dwelt until her death and Queer 
Victoria grew to womanhood al- 



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in the world 




Junior 
D e n i s e 
F r a z i e r 
studied in 
Spain this 
year. She 
also vi si ted 
Tunisia, 
Af r i ca where 
she hung 
with the 
camels . 



Sophomore Jennifer Hervey 
and Freshmen Melissa 
Taylor and Kimberly 
Larson enjoy the scenery 
in Guanajuato, Mexico 
over Winter Break. 



The Muchachos in Mexico: 
Victoria Edwards, Erica 
Spencer, Andrew Froelich, 
Niki Leontaritis, 
Jennifer Hervey, Melissa 
Taylor , Kimberly Larson, 
Yesenia McNett. 



most two centuries ago; con- 
ceive of the great dome of St. 
Paul's Cathedral and the spires 
of Westminster Abbey, as well 
as the tolling bells of Big Ben 
(not the clock tower, but the 
bell in Parliament's other 
tower), all looming in the dis- 
tance, yet held at bay by the 
serenity of this green haven, 
permanently preserved by the 
British government's greenbelt 
laws. Even on a rainy day (okay, 
admittedly, that's a British 
synonym for everyday) , people 
flocked to Hyde Park-and you 
could literally feel this self- 



contained realm aging with the 
progression of the autumn into 
the end of the year, as the 
leaves reached their prime and 
fell...0r maybe, as I felt my- 
self ripening, tenuously try- 
ing on the enticing shoes of 
adulthood and independence 
(wooden shoes in the Nether- 
lands, sandals in Italy and on 
the beaches of Greece, sharp 
black city boots in London, 
leprechaun-like buckle shoes in 
Ireland), maybe I became hy- 
persensitive to the evolution 
and growth of the life in this 
park, so perfectly mirroring my 



own. And so, after weekend 
jaunts across Britain and then 
across much of Europe, after 
amazing connections with all 
flavors of people offering all 
kinds of perspectives, after 
beautiful experiences simply 
living daily with friends shar- 
ing in the wonder of worldly- 
and self -di scovery along with 
you, I would always escape to 
Hyde Park, to check the unfold- 
ing of autumn and of myself in 
this wholly new land which was 
rapidly becoming my home, in 
which I was becoming whole, 
expanding in every direction 
across the continent. 

Only now can I truly ap- 
preciate what it meant to be a 
"Brit," an (albeit temporary) 
Londoner reveling for the first 
time in the immense spaces out- 
side of small-town Texas. And, 
I admit rather sheepishly, in 
coming back to Southwestern a 
wholly different woman, and with 
the grateful (okay, reverential) 
revelation that I have "Autumn 
in London" to thank for this 
unfolding, I cannot help but 
wax nostalgic and misty-eyed 
every time I see a red circle 
bisected by a blue line (the 
tube emblem), hear a British 
(or, for that matter, any Euro- 
pean) accent, catch a repeti- 
tive but ultimately wonderful 
techno beat, drink hot tea or 
cider, journal in a park, or 
pass any one of my twenty-nine 
close London friends-and don't 
let them tell you they're not 
wistfully reminiscent, too. 
Because we spent four incred- 
ible, unforgettable months open- 
ing up together, taking in and 
savoring this now slightly sur- 
real foreign land, and all I 
can say in the present moment, 
besides a passionate, heartfelt 
thank you (for sharing it with 
me, for letting me write this), 
is that experiencing the world 
in this way meant the world to 
me. Cheers. 

photos provided by: Victoria 
Edwards, Denise Frazier, and Misty 
McLaughli n . 

Study Abroad 35 



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Destination : Service is an alter- 
native Spring Break program that 
takes students to different parts 
of the country and abroad to 
perform volunteer services . This 
year students went to sites in 
Tohatchi , New Mexico; Gila Na- 
tional Park in New Mexico; New 
York, New York; San Francisco, 
California; and Honduras. A 
variety of different opportuni- 
ties for service were available 
at each site. Students did ev- 
erything from working in a soup 
kitchen to pulling teeth to work- 
ing on a Navajo reservation. 
Although, students get far more 
out of the program than simply 
volunteer experience. Many forge 
new friendships, dive in to new 
cultures, broaden their vision 
of the world, and have fun, too. 
Group bonding is a must, and each 
group can't help but go sight- 
seeing. Often, Destination : Ser- 
vice trips can be quite surpris- 
ing, with lots of unexpected and 
unplanned occurences which is 
part of the adventure. There is 
no better Spring Break than 
Destination : Service ; a combina- 
tion of adventure and aide. 



Tohatchi, New Mexico : 
It's not all work . The 
Tohatchi group went 
sight seeing at Canyon 
De Chelly National Park 
in Ar i zona . What a 
view! Front: Rebecca 
Pierce, Leticia Davila, 
Frances Chu, Dana 
Sanders, Kelly Maddock, 
Brandy Fyffe. Middle: 
Cel i na Flores , Kelly 
Cocanougher, Courtney 
Barger, Jen White, 
Laura Davis, Denise 
Frazi er . Back : Marcela 
Velazquez, Beverly 
Jones, Marisa Miller, 
Danny South, Catherine 
Jones, Emily Williams, 
Lee Edwards, Aaron 
Lozi er . 

Group leader 
Lee Edwards 
provided 
nightly 
entertainment 
for the group 
i n Tohatchi . 
Most of thei r 
free time was 
divided 
between sing- 
alongs with 
Lee and 

watching 
videos . 



Sophomores Krista Wilk, Claire Campbell, and Judy 
Hu play pattie cake with the beef as they prepare 
dinner for the Gila group. Often groups must cook 
their own meals, which can be an adventure in itself! 

36 Destination: Service 




Gila, New Mexico :Dr. Phil Hopkins, Nikki Polnik , 
Gaby Frey, Judy Hu, Krista Wilk. Middle: Gena McKinley, 
Heidi Tesch, Claire Campbell, Evelyn Orlander, Fernando 
Garcia, Aaron Rohre. Back: Rebecca Wald, Emmy Collins, 
Lorrenda Ellis , Blayne Naylor, Matt Garcia. 



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Edwards 
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chat it 
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San Francisco, California : 
Students ride the trolley, and 
visit Alcatraz. Front: Tina 
Randers.Pui Tai , Sarah Horton, 
Catherine Chappell, Anne 
Boswell.Back:Jerrod Bain, 
Jeanine Ashdown , Vi j ay Jacob. 



New York 



New 



York : Group 

members Sarah 
Sabsevari and 
Beth Goetz 

listen to 

instructions 
from their site 
coor i nator . 



Honduras : Senior Kim Greenway works to remove a 
rotten tooth from a patient's mouth. The med" 1- ^ 
are: Dr. Emily Northrop, Jenny Aussen, Erin 
Sabrsula, Beth Moore, Saul Benitez, Ana Vazquez, 
Kim Greenway. 

Destination: Service 37 



Freshman Ted 
Meredith repels 
off of the rock 
structure which 
was brought in 
for Mall Ball. 
Many students 
found the rock 
c 1 i m b i n 
challengi ng and 
a great 
addi ti on to the 
festivities. 

Junior Janelle 
Valera helps 
out at Mall 
Ball by swiping 
Sophomore James 
Sloan's card 
for di nner . 




All photos 
this page by 
Brandy Fyffe 



Sophomores Steven Smith, Reagan 
Here, and Chris Ayers grab a bite 
to eat and enjoy walking around 
the mall. Mall Ball is a great 
even.t where students can take a 
'">reak from daily stresses. 

38 ; all Mall Ball 






Junior Chelsie Rowell gives the 
dunking booth two thumbs up from 
her primo spot as the dunkie. 

Senior Brian Burkhardt examines 
fellow artist Senior Tyler 
Francisco's pottery at the 
senior art sale at Mall Ball. 



above photos by 
Brandy Fyffe 

Sophomore Cheryl 
Keelin and her 
pal Amos check 
out the fruit 
pool complete 
with blow up 
dolphin, photo 
by Gaby Frey. 

Sophomore Kara 
Danner paints a 
woman ' s arm at 
the Zeta face 
painting table. 
photo by Gaby 
Frey 



Students had an 
enormous time 
dressing up in 
the sumo suits 
and wrestling 
themselves 
silly, photo by 
Gaby Frey 

Spring Mall Ball 39 



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Southwestern may not have a football team, but our sports can 
compete. Student athletes give it their all in every sport from 
swimming to baseball to lacrosse. Serious athletes strut their 
stuff in varsity sports while other students simply enjoy the fun 
and comraderie that comes along with intermurals. No matter what 
your sports style, we can accommodate. So lets play! 



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Friendship and Victories 



The 
Volleyball 
team started 
the year off 
sluggish. The 
team returned 
many talented 
players from 
the previous 
season, but a 
new system led 
by a new coach , 
Shannon 
Carlson, may 
have 
attributed to 
the early 

losses . 

The season 
quickly turned 
for the team as 
they quickly 
bonded and got 

Coach Shannon Ca 
the conference t 



to know each 
others' style 
of play . In 
fact, the 

ladies were 
able to string 
together many 
multi -game 
winning 
streaks 
through 
conference 
action . 

Going into 
the cross 

divisional 
tournament 
hosted at 

Southwestern , 
they stood 
strong and 
fought hard and 
nearly gained a 

rlson offers a pla 
ournament held at 



bi rth i nto the 
NCAA 
tournament. A 
tough DePauw 
squad stifled 
thei r hopes of 
advancing. 

By seasons 
end, their 
record stood at 
21-16, 13-5 in 
the SCAC and a 
strong fourth. 

Individual 
accolades 
include first 
team SCAC Emmy 
Collins and 
third team 
selections 
Amber Callaway 
and Laura 

Bisset . 

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Southwestern . 



2000 Roster 



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Cather 

Amber 

Laura 

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Coached by Shannon Carlson 
Assisted by Courtney Kanegae 




42 Volleyball 



Junior MB Casey Jordan prepares to block a shot 
during a match against Centre College. 



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Sophomore OA Emmy Collins gets down low to make a 
routine shot. 



Placement is the only thing on Senior OH Laura Bisset's 
mind as she hits an excellent return. 




Digging down low, Senior Amanda Kelly makes a great 
save in a match during the SCAC cross divisional 
tournament . 



Volleyball 43 



Men's Soccer 

Dribbling for the Goal 






The Bu c ' s 
Men's soccer 
team started 
the year off 
rocky wi th five 
straight losses 
to difficult 
teams. The 

team was young 
consisting of 
25 f i rst year 
o r sophomo re 
students and 
only two se- 
niors . 

Things be- 
gan to turn 
around posting 
several victo- 
ries as confer- 
ence began. 

The month of 
October be- 
longed to the 
bucs. During 
this time they 



were vi ctor i - 
ous i n 8 out of 
10 decisions. 

A loss to 
Trinity ended 
the year for 
the soccer 
team, and fin- 
ished confer- 
ence play with 
a 4-5 record 
and 9-9-1 over- 
all. 

Senior 
Midfielder 
David Russo and 
Sophomore for- 
ward Sal Lopez 
were both named 
to the All-SCAC 
team. 

Because of 
young talent 
SU's soccer 
team has a 
bright future. 



2000 Roster 



1 Jimmy Stanton 

2 Jason Knecht 

3 Cory Hopp 

4 Eric Young 

5 David Russo 

6 Greg Gannon 

7 Sal Lopez 

8 Michael Nasra 

9 Ben Boorman 

10 Marc Mottinger 

11 Jay Frank 

12 Mason Powers 

13 J . P. Morris 

14 Clay Dixon 

15 Ryan McKee 

16 Charlie Stern 

99 Jaso 

Coached by Don 
by Allen Fine 



17 Eric McLin 

18 Kyle Olson 

19 Ryan Fleming 

20 Shawn Martinez 

21 Josh Snodgrass 

22 Aaron Baer 

23 Jason Gray 

24 Clay Coleman 

25 Joe Soltero 

26 Bobby Yamanaka 

27 Joey Fry 

28 Asael Paredes 

29 Bo Elliott 

30 Pat Watkins 

31 Peter Hubner 
33 Casey Ricks 

n Chapman 

Gregory and assisted 
her and Glen Holzner 




44 Men's Soccer 



Seniors David Russo and Jimmy Stanton vie foi 
control of the ball during a scrimmage. 

All photos by Taylor Jones. 



s. 



Showing off his mad skill. 
Sophomore forward Shawn Martinez 
battles a defender for control of 
the ball. 

Senior Midfielder Greg Gannon 
dribbles the ball up the field in 
the final game against Trinity. 




Freshman Mason Powers attacks the goal during 
afternoon practice. 

Look out! Freshman Clay Coleman prepares to boot 
the ball down field. 

Men's Soccer 45 



Women' s Soccer 

Just plain k i c k i n ' 



The women ' s 
soccer team , 
coached by Jack 
Flatau and 
Allen Fincher 
began the year 
with a diffi- 
cult schedule. 
This was great 
preparation 
for conference 
action. 

After two 
consecutive 
road victori es 
against 
Roanoke and 
Guilford col- 
lege , the women 
earned some 
respect with 
the #8 spot in 
the South re- 
g i o n a 1 
ranki ngs . 



The year 
ended on a high 
note winning 
th ree out of 
four final 
games. Their 
record stood at 
8 - 8 - 1 , 5-4 in 
conference . 

Individual 
honors for the 
team i nclude : 
Senior Shawna 
Hudson ' s 
fourth appear- 
ance on the 
All-SCAC first 
team, Junior 
Goal keeper 
Andrea Berry 
and Sophomore 
defender Suzy 
Prucka on the 
second team. 



All photos by Taylor Jones. 




Junior 
drills 



Kirsten Johnson and Sop 
at practi ce . 



2000 Roster 



Andrea Berry 

1 Jennifer Grimsley 

2 Jodi Reisig 

3 Ki rsten Johnson 

4 Jennifer Becker 

5 Suzy Prucka 

6 Jessica Drake 

7 Ginny Callaway 

8 Arian Story 

9 Shawna Hudson 

10 Joy Myers 

11 Kelly Sharp 

12 Amanda 



13 Erica Krueger 

14 Laura Starzynski 

15 Emily Austin 

16 Kristin Baugh 

17 Jessica Brady 

18 Kelli Larsen 

20 Beth Kilker 

21 Sarah Greenberg 

22 Amy Bradley 

23 Chelsie Rowell 

24 Emily Stewart 

25 Laura Gorman 
Di Benedetto 



Coached by Jack Flatau and 

assisted by Allen Fincher and 

Glenn Holzer (volunteer) . 



46 Women's Soccer 




Junior Beth 
Kilker 
shows the 
correct way 
to pass the 
ball to a 
teammate . 










Working close to the sideline. 
Senior Sarah Greenberg skillfully 
tries to keep a Trinity player from 
steali ng the ball . 




Midfielder Kirsten 
Johnson will not give 
the opposing player a 
chance at taking the 
ball. 



Diving on the 
ground to 

protect the 
goal, Junior 
A'ndrea Berry 
rarely lets a 
ball pass her. 

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Take my breath away 



Photos by Sarah Meyer 




Sophomore Kelly Laabs shows off 
her many great dives. 

The women of the swimming and diving 
team show us their toughness 




IS" I A * V ' 



2000 Roster 



Swimmers 



Catherine Chappell 
Lorrenda Ellis 
Mary Erwin 
Christina Garcia 
Amaya De La Garza 
Jennie Lewin 
Melissa Nicewarner 
Sarah Meyer 
Ashley Moore 
Amy Oliver 
Lauren Rodriguez 



Meredith Simmons 
Carla Sterner 
Jocelyn Widmer 
Heather Yoder 
Bradford Barron 
Luis Cueller 
Marcus Murdock 
Ryan Murphy 
Chris Perri 
Jeremy Reeves 
Michael Rutledge 



Danny South 

Di vers 
Kelly Laabs 
Jared Godar 
Ian Henkel 

Coached by Tim Pukys and assisted 

by Lee Willing and coaching intern 

Will O'Neill 




Jared Godar performs one of his fabulous dives. 



48 Swimming/Diving 




fMf4Ut 



Southwestern 
swi mme rs line 
up ready to 
race . 





Team captain, Junior Luis Cuellar, 
shows his approval by sticking out 
his tongue and giving two thumbs 
up. 



The 2000 swimming and diving team. 

Swimming/Diving 49 




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photos by Taylor Jones 



Junior Nicole Smith 
and Freshman Margaret 
McGuire race for the 
finish. 



2000 Roster 



MEN 
Roque Adame 
Andrew Crawford 
Re id Fisher 
Ismael Lopez 
Daniel Morris 
Eric Moseley 
Roy Lytle 
Chris Power 
Ross Salinas 
James Sloan 
Isaac Smith 
Eric Vaughan 



WOMEN 
Marwa Abdalla 
Meghan Anderson 
Lauren Bane 
Christin Burns 
Megan Bush 
Sara Emslie 
Mary Mayes 
Margaret McGuire 
Lisa Reidel 
Megan Schubert 
Nicole Smith 
Kelly Sprawls 
Keri Ward 



Coached by Francie Larrieu Smith 



50 Cross Country 




Junior Eric 
Vaughan 
catches his 
breath wi th 
relief 
after a 

hard run. 




Junior runner 
Isaac Smith 
gi ves it his 
all for the 
final 
stretch . 

Senior runner 
Roy Ly 1 1 e 
crosses the 
finish line. 



Sophomores 
Christ in Burns 
and Mary Mayes 
are leaders of 
the pack. 

Cross Country 51 



MEN'S LACROSSE 

argmg into (Battle- 




Players from opposing teams race after the ball 
as it makes its way to the goal. 




A player stoops to guard Players charge after 
the ball from his the ball in an attempt 
opponent. to redirect toward the 

goal . 



2000 Roster 



Jim Andrews 
Peter Banzhaf 
Zack Beaty 
David Caldwell 
David Coleman 
Jason Grasty 
Marc Harrison 
John Jenkins 
Andrew Magnuson 



Mark Riddell 
Kent Sholars 
Matt Siekielski 
Zan Smith 
Nick Sortin 
Eric Stein 
Kai Stratmann 
Ben Thompson 
Jamin Welch 



Coached by Bill Bowman 
Assisted by Stacy Flood 



A massive brawl breaks out on the field as 
players struggle to take control of the ball. 

52 Men's Lacrosse 



hotos by Matt Ii 






aero 



Start of Something New 



photos by Taylor Jones 




Ru n n i ng 
with the 
ball in 
her net, 
Freshman 
Heather 
Martin 
prepares 
to make 
a shot 
on goal . 



Freshman Vi vi ana 
Arango prepares 
to toss the ball 
to a teamate 
during a 
scrimmage game. 



Senior Jennifer Becker intercepts 
a ball thrown high during a lacrosse 
practice. 



Women's Lacrosse 53 



KAM=K 




AJUL 



Shooting to Scotie 



All photos by Taylor Jones 



2000 Roster 



4 Kyle Ellisor 

5 Andrew Arnold 

10 Michael Dunleavy 
12 Chris Salinas 

14 Preston Porter 

15 Mike Esquival 
20 D. J . Fiterman 

24 Jon Cumberworth 

25 Chad Rhoten 
30 Cesar Soltero 

32 Scott Smyre 

33 Aaron Hines 

34 John Zinda 
40 Ben Ayers 

42 Jared Woytaksczyk 

44 Justin Westmoreland 

45 Matthew Hall 

Coached by Bill Raleigh 



54 Men's Basketball 




Sophomore Michael Dunleavy fights hard and with a look of determination 
as he fends off an opponent while going for the goal. 





Head Coach Bill Raliegh 
really gets into the game 
by instructing and 
encouraging his team from 
the sidelines. 




Freshman Jared Woytaksczyk 
looks toward the goal as he 
prepares to shoot while 
being blocked by a member 
of the opposing team. 



Freshman Kyle Ellisor 
concentrates on the 
game as he dribbles 
toward the goal. 



Men's Basketball 55 







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S W O O S <tf ! 




Coach Seagraves and her team take 
time out for a group picture. 
See roster. 



10 Samantha Peden 

11 Angela Stroud 

15 Hillary Mueller 

20 Shawna Hudson 

21 Christy Torres 

23 Kathryn Iribarren 

24 Heather Johnson 

30 Leigh Ann Wolfe 

31 Sarah Chri stof f erson 

32 Anna Sykes 

33 Leslie Reinecker 

50 Misty Reichenau 

Coached by Ronda Seagraves 



photos by Taylor Jones 



Senior Anna Sykes protects the ball with 
all her might as she is double teamed by 
the Sewanee women. 

56 Women's Basketball 





F reshman Hillary 
Mueller looks 
towa rd her goal 
while fending off 
an opponent. 

Junior Heather Sophomore Angela 

Johnson guards Stroud prepares 

against the for an attack as 

S e w a n e e she focuses her 

opposition. eyes on the ball. 




Women's Basketball 57 





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Sophomore Sophomore Matt 

Charlie Cogan Stevens 

bangs the ball concentrates 

across the on making 

court. contact. 



All photos by Sarah Meyer. 



2000 Roster 



MEN 
Travis Bias 
Jared Cardiff 
Charlie Cogan 
John Paul Dennison 
Brad Johnson 
Harvey Liu 
Michael Mendelow 
Sam Merrill 
Matt Murdock 
Mike Rutledge 
Matt Stevens 



WOMEN 
Kelly Cocanougher 
Amaya De La Garza 
Tara Kurtz 
Ashlea Rives 
Lauren Row 
Melissa Taylor 
Jessica Wells 
Krista Wilke 
Laura Wong 



Coached by Chad Cage 
Assisted by Charlie Nelson 




Sophomore Michael Rutledge gives the ball a fierce 
hit back to his opponent. 



58 Men's Tennis 



■I Senior Kelly Cocanougher makes a swift rebound 
'., . i| to her opponent during practice. 



Assi stant 
Coach 
Charlie 
Nelson 
i nstructs 
Freshman 
T a r a 
Kurtz on 
s e r v i n 
during a 
pract i ce . 




Sophomore Veronca Godines 
makes a return while 
Amaya De La 
Jessica Wells 



Freshman Lauren Row 
stretches out to make 
the hit and the 
return . 

Women's Tennis 59 



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2000 Roster 



2 Scott Burrer 

3 Spencer Sparrow 

5 Travis Moore 

6 Aaron Hamblin 

8 Adam Winkler 

9 James Cunningham 

10 Chad Wiley 

11 Trevor Starnes 

12 Dallas Patterson 

13 James Trombley 

14 Justin Barnett 

15 Forrest Martin 

16 Kyle Robeau 

18 Jay Westfahl 

19 Joe Etzler 

20 Burke Kennedy 

23 Kurt Watzek 

24 Andy Buratti 

25 Chris Ad kins 

26 Joey Schlatter 

27 Matt Davis 

28 Nick Diaz 

31 Scott Parris 

32 Russell Carter 

33 Scott Bickell 

34 Bryan Jones 

35 Terry Hjerpe 

36 Chip Bell 

37 Ben Graham 

40 Karl Shaw 

41 Kris Radusch 

42 Johnce Hall 
44 Jeff Gabbert 

Michael Celedon 
Josh Frieling 
Braxton Lea 
Coach by Jim Mallon 
Assisted by Jim Shelton 



60 Baseball 




Freshman Kurt Watzek puts all his might into throwing the perfect 
pitch. 

photos by Taylor Jones 



Sophomore 
Ben Graham 
takes the 
throwdown 
to second 
as an 

opponent 
slides in 
safe . 





With a look of sheer 
determination this Pirate 
player works on stealing the 
next base. 



These two young fans proudly 
display the foul balls they 
caught during a game, photo 
by Allen Cote. 



Baseball 61 



Heads Up! 

photos by Derek Timourian 



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Junior 
L a n e y 
Walden 
th rows 
before 
practice. 






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Sophomore 
Ellen Gass 
fields a 

rou t i n e 
grounder. 

Freshman 
L i z e t t e 
Torres runs 
to make a 
play. 

Sophomore 
Mary Browne, 
Senior Stacy 
Hjerpe, and 
Sophomore 
Mary Jane 
Harris enjoy 
a team meal 
at Chili 's. 

Coacfi 

T)ave 

Carter 
'Assistant 

Coacfi 

Ttonny 
Quntfirie 

Sophomore 
Team Roster: Mary Browne, Autumn Erwin, Brandy Fyffe, Ellen G ass 

Ellen Gass, Jennifer Grimsley, Mary Jane Harris, Stacy warms U p 

Hjerpe, Lizette Torres, Laney Walden, Emily Williams before 

/--> r -en, -in practice. 

62 Softball 






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Front: Danny South, Jennifer Alcala, Luis Acero, Marcus Murdock, Kendra Scott. Back: 
Amani Farid, Lorrenda Ellis, Ryan Murphy, Thomas Rasmussen, Amaya De La Garza. 



Water Polo 63 



Mens 







V-nder Tar 



photos courtesy the Athletic Department 




O-Ceacf Coacft T>an (RuyCe 

WifCiam %ey 

(Bryan Gfibvs 

T>rew (Boatrigfit 

Trevor Tierce 

Chris ^Robison 

James Toye 

Jay WiSner 



Sophomore 
Wi Hi am Key aims 
and takes his 
shot. Precision 
is key on the 
green . 



64 Men's Golf 



Women's 








FORE! 



photos courtesy the Athletic Department 
1111 





Q-fead Coach T)an (Ruyfe 

(Mandy Carrasco 

Yvonne Jaufaert 

(Brooke Watts 

IKudra Stevenson 



Senior Stacy 
Herpe putts 
a shot on 
the green. 



Women's Golf 65 



Intermurals 



Everybody does it 



A teammate lifts the ball up for Daniel Lowry t<j 
make a spike during a volleyball match. 

Sophomore Saul Benitez makes an awesome dig a 
spikefeast during the fall semester, photo by Taylo 
Jones . 




This intermural volleyball team 
made up of Heather Moss, Mary 
Golden, Addie Scheuling, Holly 
Martin, and Maria Casper is excited 
after winning a game. 



66 Intermurals 






A.J. Derryberry 
makes a 
spectacular di ve 
and catch duri ng 
an intermural 
sponsered 
uli tmate f ri sbee 
game, photo by 
Taylor Jones. 





Notice the importance of positioning as an intermural 
player begins a serve. 

This intermural team made up of Melissa Taylor, 
Javier Rodriguez, Ty Wi Ison , Phi li p Hatfield, A'ndrea 
Berry, Bretnie Gross, and Yesenia Garcia won a trophy 
at a tournament. 

photos provided by Derek Timourian. 



Intermurals 67 



CHEER-LEADERS 



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Luisa 'AreCCano 
tfeatfier Martin CkarCsie Medeffin 



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68 Cheerleaders 



^ot Ticturedi: 

(Betsy (Knight 

Lindsay Stratton 

O-featfter Cjordzefik 

Lizette Torres 



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Let's Cjet Tfivsica( 




Sophomore Gaby Freshman Aaron Thompson Gaby Frey, Kelly Sprawls, Lindsey Coward, Aaron Thompson, Tarah 

Prey rests after prepares for a flip as Black, Heidi Tesch, Marie Henderson 

a long Sophomore Marie 

gymnastics Henderson looks on. Tne gymnastixs club has just become an organization on campus 

oractice. tnis year. The club meets at a gym in Roundrock for practices. 



Gymnastix 69 




iFxcurswns 

In Touch with the Great Outdoors 




F reshman 
Kelly 
Sharp and 
Sophomore 
Ellen 
G a s s 
cling to 
the edge 
of a 

cliff on 
their 
hiking 
adventure. 

The Canoe Crew: Emily Stewart, 
Ellen Gass, Berenice Tostado. 
Kelly Sharp, Autumn Erwin, 
Natalie Berry, Stephanie 
Ritter, Sara Emslie, Eric 
Segers, Matt McCaw, Nick Berger. 



Sophomore Stephanie Ritter 
canoes along the river with 
the rest of the group close 
behi nd . 

70 Intermural Excursion^ 



photos provided by Derek Timourian 

Juniors Nick Berger and Eric Segers 
salute with their oars as they float 
down the river. 



Taking in the scenery: Emily Stewart, 
Ellen Gass, Stephanie Ritter, Kelly 
Sharp, Eric Segers, Sara Emslie, 
Natalie Berry, Berenice Tostado, Matt 
McCaw, Autumn Erwin, Nick Berger. 




Sophomores Judy Hu and Lee 
Vaughn along with Junior 
Pui Tai take a rest fro m 
their caving extravaganza. 

Intermural Excursions 71 



Friendship. 



Volunteeri ng. 




Sharing Ideas. 



Meeting new people. 



72 



Teaching. 



Learning. 




S&u t/f western in !M<?t?'<?n 



Organizations 



Southwestern has close to 100 clubs and organizations that students, fac- 
ulty, and staff can join. These organizations range from religious groups 
to athletic teams. The clubs at Southwestern are broad in interest and in 
function. Some work for philanthropy, some serve as a means for students to 
converse about a particular interest, and some have the main goal of enter- 
tainment. But whatever the interest, we probably have a club for it. So 
join! 



73 






Im 



Photo By Allen Cote 




Kimberly Larson, Terry Nelson, Blake Berryhill, Tara Black, Sunil Niak, Swetangi Bhaleeya, Natalie 
Beck, Jenny Ausen, Meghan Anderson, Veronica Godines, Catherine Meshew, Jessica Drake, Rebecca Wald, 
Erica Sehne, Katy Eby , Kim Chau. In the Tree: John Stewart, Frances Chu, Amanda Ackermann, Rebecca 
Pi erce . 



74 Beta Beta Beta 




Front Row:Chri stie Au , Frances Chu, Veronica Godines, Janel Owens, Second Row: Amanda Ackermann 
Swetangi Bhaleeya, Ana Alcarez. Back Row: John Molloy, Matt Chumchal, Sunil Naik. 



American Chemical Society 75 




Freshman M a r w a 
Abdalla shares her 
adventures through 
the Kimball Museum 
as Sophomore Meili 
Peterson listens 
i ntently . 



Art 
Assoc i ati on 
Vi ce- Presi dent 
Victoria 
Edwards talks 
to Art 

Association 
Advi sor Dr . Kim 
Smith as they 
wait to enter 
the exhi bi t . 




Sophomores 
Victoria 
Edwards and 
Brandy 
Fyffe get 
on the bus 
to return 
to South- 
western 
after 
vi ewi ng the 
a r t 

exhibit. 






FROM- 




Picasso 



STER PIECES FROM THE MUSEE DE L'ORANGERIE 





The Art Association, President Dr. Emily Niemeyer and Sophomore Tony Freshman Marwa Abdalla and 

Brandy Fyffe, Lacey Vain, Junior Bonds examine the bowls made by art Junior Jenny Getson climb aboard 

Jenny Getson, Vice-President students and sold by the Art Associ ation the bus for the return tri p from 

Victoria Edwards, Advisor Dr. Kim for their "Empty Bowls" project. Three- tne museum. 

Smith, stop under the entrance to hundred dollars was raised to benefit 

the exhibit at the Kimball Museum, a food bank in Austin. Photos by Brandy Fyffe 

76 Art Association 



association computer 



Photos contributed by ACM 



por 



Machinery 




The computer gang 
watches the sun 
set as they 
discuss new 

programmi ng 
strategies. I 
uess these SU 
computer fiends 
are romantics at 
heart . 



Front row: 

Johnathan 
Gurley, Leigh 
Lambert, Second 
row: James Sloan, 
Levi Holmes, 
Brian Lee, 

Charles Li ndsey , 
Nichole Naukam, 
Angela Roles, 
John Molloy . Back 
row: Adrianne 
Stropes, Michael 
Nguyen, Karlie 
Verkest . 



Association for Computer Machinery 77 



Chamber Orchestra 

A Community of Players 



Sophomore Josh Keltner 
concentrates on a new 
piece, photo: B. Fyffe 



Senior Amy Lou 
We r s t and 

Sophomore Lily 
Hoang play during 
practice. Photo: 
Meyer 

The orchestra 
works together 
under the 

direction of Dr. 
Sheppard. Photo: 
A. Ackermann. 

Freshman Robert 
Romig keeps the 
bass beats. 
Photo: B. Fyffe. 

r 



Junior Denise Frazier practices with 
the orchestra. Photo: B. Fyffe 




78 Chamber Orchestra 



University C fioraCe 



Henderson , 
n upcoming 

1 , Jessica 
is, Margaret 
eben, Marie 
Joey Nasser , 
civenga, Amy 
ron Thomsen , 
vney . 




Conductor 
Kenneth 
Sheppard 
directs the 
chorale 
during a 

rehearsal . 

horale 79 



rpe 




Qmicron 



Professional Music Fraternity 










Front: Jennifer Mizell, Erin Bales, Amanda Ortiz, Jessica Manteuffel, Stephanie Bonnette. Middle: Catherinl 
Warlick, Amanda Bennett, Ashlee McCarthy, Elisabeth Reyna, Marie Henderson, Audrey Dickey, Mereditjj 
Dunckel, Cathy Bencivenga, Michael Nguyen. Back: Joey Nasser, Casey Haltom, Aaron Thomsen, Chris Kersten;] 
Robert Romig. 



80 Delta Omicron 





Tau 

Delta 

honors EngCisfi Society 




Front: Blake Atwood , Laura Bissett, Beth Carroll (Vice-President), Ashley Schmi edekamp (Secretary), 
Allison Dickson (Treasurer). Back: Paige Record, Gail Davis, Sarah Horton (Membership), Rosie Bamberger 
(President). Not Pictured: Beth Bonnette, Amy Cox, Denise Frazier, Erik Gomez, Patricia Hidalgo, Leslie 
Higgs, Keiva McCain, Misty McLaughlin, Michelle Morris, Maria Pena, Breanna Rollins, Amanda St. Clair, 
Leslie Walker, Corey Williams. 



Sigma Tau Delta 81 



O' Tount of %now(ec{ne 



The Pro 




Sociology/ 

Anthropology 

Professor, 

D r 

Melissa 

J ohnson , 

talks to 

Senior 

Mar i ko 

Buser and I 
Hi 
Junior 

Annie 

L o n d o s 

d u r i n 

S p r i n 

Mall 

Ball. 

photo by 

Gaby 

Frey . 



Psychology Professor, 
Dr. Traci Guiliano, 
sits with Economics and 
Business professor, Dr. 
Dirk Early, during Fall 
Mall Ball . poto by Gaby 
Frey . 

Dr. Jack Flatau and the 
rest of the faculty band 
play during the Spring 
Semester Midnight 
Breakfast. photo by 
Allen Cote. 

Chemistry Professor, 
Dr. Gulnar Rawji, 
performs experiments in 
the Fondren-Jones 
Science building, 
photo by Matt Irvine. 

82 The Professors 



\hfow We 'Adore ifee 

fessors 




Sociology Professor, Dr. 
aria Lowe, discusses 
her Civil Rights 
Research Project with 
student assistant, 
Senior Clint Morris, 
photo by Taylor Jones. 

Before Chemistry 

Professor Fred Hilgeman 
volunteers at the dunking 
booth during Spring Mall 
Ball , he sits down with 
Biology Professor 
Vicente Villa for a 
scientific discussion. 
Perhaps they are trying 
to figure the probability 
of Dr. Hilgemen's 
impending dunk, photo by 
Gaby Frey. 

"The Professors 83 




l*i trtri 




Conrad Miller, Charles Lindsey, James Sloan, Sarah Berg-Devney. Not Listed: Tim 
Woodruff, Kyle Schoener, Lindsay Cowart, Zach Toupes, Casey Douglas, Katie Si Iverthorn . 



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84 Math Association of America 





QAask 




Wig 




The mask and wig 
club is 

constantly 
performing. 
Under the spot 
light, yet 

again, mask and 
wig strains to 
maintain the 
perfect pose. 
Top row: Brett 

oore, Valerie 
Taylor, Jennifer 
Becker , Gordon 
Kelly, Randy 
Fowler, and 

ark Ri ddell . 
Middle row: 

Becky Lynch, 
Rachel 
Obranovich, 
Yesenia Garcia, 
Aaron Johnson 
and Rob Crane. 
Bottom row: 

Allyson Mabry, 
Kendra Chesire, 
Chri stopher 
Stout, Andrea 
Carter and Blai r 
Walsleben . 
photo by Allen 
Cote 



Mask & Wig 85 




. v. r - w '-" w 






photo by Sarah Meyer 




Standing: Laura Davis, Malia Richison, Angela Bouldin, Charlie Cogan and Bree Welter. 
Gaby Frey, Sarah Guedry, Ginny Callaway and Johnathan Knipscher. 



On the Couch 



86 German Club 



Tre-Law 
Society 



Photo By Gaby Frey 





Robert Romig, Suzy Prucka, Ryan Walker, Joi Lakes, Chris Ramser, Allison Dickson, Ryan McFarlin. Not 
pictured: Ryan Elliot. 



Pre-Law Society 87 



Megan Lea, 

Johnny Martinez, 
Ash Bledsoe, 
Jeff Dejong, 
M e r e d i t h 
Dunckel , Chelsie 
Rowell, Lily 
Hoang. Photo by 
Brandy Fyffe. 





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Jeremy Reves sits pretty with a 
tropical flower in his left ear 
and a large grin on his face, photo 
by Sarah Meyer. 



Erin Leverenz, 
Rebecca Stelter, 
Heidi Tesch, 

Michael Nguyen , 
Ae ron Aans toos , 
Matt Beck, Gaby 
Frey are all at 
the bowling 
alley. photo by 
Gaby Frey. 




88 Hanging Around 



Freshman Orlando 
Perez focuses 
intently on his 




Hanging Around 89 



Southwestern 

Science 



o 








Front Row: Jenny Ausen, Christie Au , Frances Chu, Rebecca Pierce 
Chumchal, Sunil Naik, Amanda Ackermann. 



Back Row: John Stewart, Matt 



90 Southwestern Science Society 




Jazz band members: Sarah Faehnle, Conductor Dr. Douglas Rust, Jared Godar, Andrew Allison 
Thomas Hanks, Greg Shotwell, Matt Beebe, Michael Nguyen, Lori Watt. 



Jazz Band 91 



sMf I N 

-Ensemble 




c 



i^t 



Photo provided by Dr. Lois Ferrari 




First Row: Jessica Martin, Sarah Meyer, Kara Danner, Adrianne Stropes, Amie Bond, Susan Douglas, 
Sara Williams, Kristen Thomas, Michelle Thibodeau, Nicki Heilig, Sara Skladal and Megan Fisk. 
Second Row: Bryan Lee, Robert Horick, Genevieve Bohmfaulk, Peter Geiger, Laura Gorman, Rachel 
Horton, Jennifer Ausen and Christine Hurtado Third Row: Lisa Blancarte, Elizabeth Peery, Stephanie 
Ritter, Laura Davis, Thomas Hanks, Aaron Tempter, Jared Godar, Michael Nguyen, Lori Watt and 
Matthew Beebe. Fourth Row: Randall Peery, Jeffrey Jansen, Johnathan Kana, Justin Hart, Robert 
Cannon, Brian Dabney and Fred Morris III. Standing: John Ore, Kristopher J anssen - Dewi ndt , Gregory 
Shotwell, Margaret Sloan and Dr. Lois Ferrari (conductor). 



92 Wind Ensemble 



Alpha Chi 

ifationaC Scholarship Society ^^^^=^^^^^^=^^=^=^^=^ 




President Jake 
Schrum speaks at 
the Alpha Chi 
induction 
ceremony . 

Dr. Kendall 

Richards, 
Professor of 
Mathematics, 
presents new 
members with 
certificates at 
the i nducti on . 

Pictured: Matt 
Beck , Trici a Mei n , 
John Stewart , Erin 
Sabrsula, Amanda 
Ackermann , 
Frances Chu, 
Michael Nguyen, 
Sara Skladal, 
Christie Au, 
Angela Roles, 
Janel Owens , Scott 
Vandigriff, Paige 
Record. Photo by 
Allen Cote. 



Members: Amanda Ackermann, Jeanine C. Ashdown, Christie Ann Au , Rose Bamberger, Peter Banzhaf , 
Joshua Batenhorst, Sarah Berg-Devney, Swetangi Bhaleeya, Margaret Blair, Melissa Boeckman, 
Sarah Boucher, Lulu Britain, Melinda Brou, Matthew Beck, Amanda Brown, Catherine Chappell, 
Frances Chu, Amy Cox, Allison Dickson, Amanda Downing, Laura Doze, Autumn Erwin, Jesse B. 
Fernandez, Jennifer Getson, Misty M. Haberer, Jennifer Hernandez, Leslie Higgs, Shauna Jackson, 
Elizabeth Jordan, Ingrid Kliewer, Xan M. Koonce, Jennifer Lang, Carta Marienfeld, Nathalie 
McClung, Misty McLaughlin, Eric S.Moseley, Matthew Murdock, Rebecca Nicole Nix, Michael Nguyen, 
Nathan Ottosen, Janel Owens, David Panto, Ryan Parks, Christopher Perri , Paige Record, Angela 
Roles, Daria Russell, Erin Sabrsula, Katie Si Iverthorne , Adam Szafran, Kyle D. Schoener, 
Meredith Simmons, Sara A. Skladal, Vanessa Solesbee, Laura L. Starzynski , Amanda St. Clair, John 
Stewart, Michelle Thibodeau, Amy Tims, Scott Vandigruff, Sally Waite, Emily S. Walker, Rachel 
Wallis, Amanda Whitt, Sara E. Williams, Jed Wi Ishi re .Timothy Woodruff. 

Alpha Chi 93 



Artistic 



The Statue 
that stands 
in the 

courtyard of 
the Fine 
Arts Center . 
photo by 
Allen Cote. 



Senior 
Brian 
Burkheart 
relaxes as 
his toadie, 
Senior Matt 
M u r d o c k 
sells the 
artist's 
ceramics, 
photo by 
Gaby Frey. 




During a Gallery exhibit in 
the Fine Arts Building Allen 
Cote was inspired to take a 
picute of the Jesus like foot. 

94 ART 



Genius 



Junior Patricia Hidalgo walks away from a bowl that was on exhibit 
in the Fine Arts Building, photo by Allen Cote. 




An odd cat that was made 
at an exhibit in the Fine 
Arts Building, photo by 
Allen Cote. 



Strangely shaped objects 
were shown at the student 
art show, photo by Hilda 
Guti er rez 

ART 95 




(Purpose: a national honorary feadersfiiv society wfiicfi 

inspires feadersftiv in others and an active program of 

service to scfioof and community 




Sitting: Barbara Ahrendt (Secretary), Laura Doze (Historian), Katie Ki rkendall , Sandra Gould (Vice 
Prsident) and Allison Dickson (President). Standing: Sara Sabsevari , Scott Vandigriff, John Marrs, 
Laney Walden, Brooke Chidgey, Christin Burns, Leslie Reinecker, Brad Johnson, Paige Record, Leslie 
Higgs, Wde Kothmann, Megan Inman, Holly Hubler, Natalie Thurman and Cynthia Cooper. 



96 Cardinal Key 



Education Honor 
Society 





Front: Megan Franke, Holly Hubler, Sally Waite, Sarah Packard. Middle: Becky Wilds, 
Leslie Reinecker, Erin Sabrsula, Sharon Johnson, Beth Houck, Denise Valdez. Back: Barbara 
Sappington, Sherry Adrian. 

Not Pictured: Emily Walker, Kylie Frye, Nicki Heilig, Myra Jones, Janet Townsend, Mary 
Anne Prescot, Ana Vazquez, Leigh Ann Wolfe, Emily Buckingham, Barbara Ahrendt, Brandi 
Millsap, Ashley Heck, Megan Fisk, Blythe Scott. 



Kappa Delta Pi 97 




nitecf 




ethodist 




tudent 




Front 
Row: Mary 

ayes, 
J e a n i n e 
As hdown , 
Jennifer 
Kight , 
Paul 

a 1 e t i c . 
Middle 
Row: 

e v e r 1 y 
Jones , 
Melissa 
Willi ams , 
Sara 
Skladal , 
Stephani e 
Bonnette , 



Williams. 
Back Row: 
Ryan Roe, 
Missy 
Allen, 



Stephanie Eaker 
Aaron Rohre. 



Boyle and 

Sophomore 
Stephanie 
Bonnette paint 
together duri ng a 



ovement 



98 United Met 




Amy Boyle, Aaron 
Rohre, Stephanie 
ionnette, Sarah 
Williams and 
Melissa Williams 
stand i n front of 
their service 
project . 







Chaplain Beverly Jones, Heidi Tesch, Meg Sloan, Jonathan Kana, Audrey 
Dickey, Reyhan Ricklefs, John Boyd , Clint Morris. 



Vnterfaith TtiaCogue is a discussion group tfiat meets once a week at the 
lAiikhar to share different views on reCigion and spirituality. 



Interfaith Dialogue 99 




The (PsycfioCogy 







Katie Ki rkendall , Dr. Traci Giuliano, Sara Skladal, Laura Starzynski , Crystal Guillory, Shawna Hudson, 
Audrey Dickey 

100 Psi Chi 




he Spanish H&no 



Fraternity 
fra Muy Especial 




Sigma Delta Pi 101 




Greek life af- 
fords much in 
the way of 
frienship and 
connections . 
It also lets 
students get 
involved with 
volunteer i ng 
and philan- 
thropy. From 
parties on the 
weekend to 
group study 




sessions during 
the week, the 
F raterni ty 
Brothers and 
the Sorority 
Si sters are a 
prominent pres- 
ence on the 
Southwestern 
campus . 

Sophomore Clint 
Burrus sits on the 
sofa outside the Phi 
Delt house, 
photo by Brandy Fyffe 



Greek Life 







V 



Photo By Gaby Frey 





Cara Urban: TriDelt, Ashlee McCarthy: ADPi , Erin Nau: ADPi , Emily Buckingham: AXiD, Persis Mehta 
TriDelt 




The purpose of the Woman's 

Panhellenic Council is to compile 

standards which govern recruiting 

and membership for sororities. 





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fat 



Panhellenic 103 




s 

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Ad 

T 

E 

Prescott, Mary Spiegler, 

Erin Sabrsula, Erin 

Hicks, Angela Fritz, 

Laura Gorman, Stephanie 

Ritter, Barbara Ahrandi , 

leridith Simmons, Larissa 

Khatai n , Carrie Mi Her 

104 Alpha Delta Pi 




Ebony Rose, 
Melani e Davi s , 
Angela Fritz, 
and Tina Dai 
dress in catty 
attire for 

SING! 



L a r i s s a 
K h a t a i n , 
Angela 
Fritz, 
Stephanie 
B r a c c i n i , 
Veronica 
G o d i n e s , 
and Mary 
Anne 
Prescott 
angel i cally 
pose in 

M o o d - 
Br i dwell . 

eat out to share in 
erhood . 

Ritchison, Angela Fritz, and 
y Willims smile for the camera 
the running of the bulls. 

irrane, Taylor Schoberle, 
e Diaz, Pamela Adair, and 
ca Godines reveal their pearly 

James Bond 
returns and 
the ADPi ' s 
are on the 
case . No 
mi screant 
will escape 
those sexy 
legs and 
flashy 
smiles. 
The 
proceeds 
from the I 
Spy an ADPi 
go to the 
organization's 
philanthropy. 

Alpha Delta Pi 105 



A!Pbetx+V el *a 




Pyramid Formation! 
Alumni and current 
AXiD's show their spirit 
on bid day . 

This year's pledge class 
gathers while on 
retreat. Front: Jenna 
Peter, Kelley Maddock, 
Gaby Frey. Middle: Cathy 
Bencivenga, Lizette 
Torres, Olga Sosa, Daria 
Russell. Back: 

Catherine Warlick, 
Sarah Winn, Yesenia 
McNett, Meghan 

Anderson, Rebecca 
Stelter . 





Back: Michelle Morris, 
Diana Dugas, Emily 
Buckingham, Jennifer 
Hamrick, Mellissa Sweeney, 
Gretchen Schoenfeld, 
Jennifer Mizell, Kristy 
Ward, Caroline Durio, Lori 
Bratton, Sarah Johnson. 
Middle: Catherine Warlick , 
Meghan Anderson, Olga 
Sosa, Jenna Peter, Kelley 
Maddock, Cathy Bencivenga, 
Yesenia McNett. Front: 
Rebecca Stelter, Gaby 
Frey, Suzy Prucka, Lizette 
Torres . 




Sophomore Sarah Winn 
Yesenia McNett give a 
as they smile for the 



and Freshman 
sisterly hug 
camera . 



Senior Mellissa Sweeney, Junior Caroline 
Durio, and Senior Christina Gillett stop 
for a moment during AXiD formal. 



All photos provided by AXiD. 

106 Alpha Xi Delta 



Junior Stephanie Quimby, Alumni JoA 
Anderson, Senior Mariana Cook, Junior Emi 
Buckingham, Senior Kristy Ward, Seni 
Christina Gillett, and Junior Sarah Johns 
laugh it up at an AXiD girls night. 



nn 

iy 

or 
on 





a 



erskip, service, andhiak academic andmorai standards 

J /^tmi ^ Stair: Ky 1 1 e Frye, Ashley Rittmayer, Kelly 



Cocanhauer, Mandie Craft, Leigh Ann Winborn, 

Elizabeth Dinn, Jennifer Becker, Holly Hubler, 

Megan Bourg, Sally Waite, Megan Inman, 

Margaret Blair, Kristin Rees. Back Row: Cara 

Urban, Desiree Whitley, Vanessa Solsebee, 

Kelly Laabs, Julie Heaslet, Sandra Gould, 

;Amy Boyle. Fourth Row: Bethany Thomas, Dendra 

Schelin, Emily House, Lindsey Bloch, Cheryl 

Lewis. Third Row: Krista Wilke, Paige Record, 

Persis Mehta, Kelly Turner, Hillary Harris, 

Jen Peters, Becky Lynch, Tiffany Kebodeaux , 

Allison Dickson. Second Row: Jill Hogue, Karen Adamson, 

Judy Hu, Liz Gorin, Leslie Higgs. First Row: Bonnie Casson, 

Claire Campbell, Sarah Peterson, Rachel Wallis. 




Junior Jennifer Page, Junior Persus 

Mehta, Senior Ashley Rittmayer, and 

Sophomore Bethany Thomas smile for 

the camera after their SING! 

performance for which they placed 

second . 

Junior Allison Dickson keeps an eye 

on the pies which were thrown at 

Sophomores Julie Heaslet and Tiffany 

Kebodeaux who got the most votes at 

Delta Desserts. 



Senior Tri Delts 
Meagan Bourg, 
Holly Hubler , and 
Mandie Craft take 
tickets at the 
entryway to Delta 
Desserts. The 
event raised 
money to help the 
Delta's 
phi lanthropy . 



Delta Delta Delta 107 





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All pictures Ali whaley, Jori Boutel, Megan 

provided by Honey, Christin Burns, Heather 

Zeta Tau Alpha. MosSi Mary Golden, Sam Peden, 

and Brooke Chidgey hang out in 
Senior Zetas Betsy Knight, the dugout during intermural 
Ana Hermosilla, Kat Clouser, softball. 
Autumn Petty, Emily Walker, 
Kristin Gifford, Megan 
Honey, Ali Whaley, Deann 
Dixon, Lindsey Stratton, and 
Natalie Thurman gather 
together before their las 
SING! performance. 

Sophomore Bini Diaz, Freshman 
Kelly Sharp, and Sophomores 
Bethany Smith and Ryan 
Fiedler have a girl's night 
out in Austin. 

N o e 
Nail, 
Christin 
Burns , 
Sam 
Peden , 
Cynthia 
Cooper , 
A n n i 
Wise, 
Mary 
Golden , 
S i m o n e 
Nichols, 
Rachel 
Obranovich, 
Mandi Seale , 
Jori Boutel, 
M e 1 i s s a 
Nicewarner, 
Bethany Smi th , 
and Brooke 
Watts "Race 
for the 

Cure "for 
breast cancer . 



The enti re Zeta 
chapter 
prepares for 
their sing 
skit, "N'Sync 
with SU". The 
Zetas placed 
f i rst for thei r 
performance . 



108 Zeta Tau Alpha 



Iota 



Senior David 
erkelbock 
dances the 
flamenco at a 
S i g study 

break . 

The S i g House 
was a hub of 
exci tement 
with people 
always coming 
and going. 

Sophomore 
Michael Pappas 
and Alumni 
give a 

brotherly hug . 




Sophomores Michael Pappas, Aaron Johnson, Thomas Motl, 
Michael "Chubbs" Hebert, and Ash Bledsoe play cops and 
robbers one night at the house. One could always find 
the Sig boys playing around on any given night, but 
Wednesdays were their favorite. 



Back Row : I ssac 

Smith, Seth Allen, 

Charles Bedard 

Daniel Wall , Coli n 

utler, Luke 

Labbe-Lane. Middle 

Row: Steve Nava, 

Tony "Weezer" 

Bonds, Chris 

Perri, David 

Berkelbock, Xavier 

Lopez, Tyler 

Francisco, Tucker 

Henson, Travis 

Hunt. Bottom Row: 

Ben Thompson , A.J. 

Derryberry , 

Brendan Wells, 

r u r- r-u • i n u n nu u Tyson Hinds. 

Sophomore Sig Chicks Rachel Obranovich, 3 

Christin Burns, and Melissa Nicewarner smile 

big for the camera at Study Break. Even if you 

didn't have to study it was still a nice break. 



Kappa Sigma 109 




Kappa Chi 

*A (Brother flood of (Befievers 



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r? r--f~-s:- v -•• * • Photos contributed byJustin Landry 



Sophomore Justin 
Landry and 

Senior John 
Stewart wrestle 
while on a 
retreat . 

Seniors Daniel 
Lowery, Kyle 
Waggoner and 
Ryan Parks sing 
and play gui tar . 




Sophomores Baker 
King and Jason 
Chapman attempt 
tent 
construction . 



Sophomore Ryan Front Row: E.J. Nonmacher, Jason Chapman, John Stewart, Paul Belk, 
Elliott and Daniel Lowery. Second Row: Javier Rodriguez, Robert Romig, Paul Maletic, 
Freshman Brent Webster, Ty Wilson, Paul Gravely. Third Row: Matthew Irvine, Kyle 
Santi ago Guerra Waggoner, Cameron Harvey, Justin Landry, Baker King, Aaron Rohre, David 
share courtside Panto, Orlando Perez. Fourth Row: Ivan Franceschi, Fernando Garcia, 
team spirit. Santiago Guerra, Ryan Parks, Vijay Jacob, Bennett Woodruff, Casey 
Ricks, Phil Hatfield, Jordan Guidry, Michael Rutledge. 



110 Kappa Chi 




ma Phi L a m D a 





U( My prayer for Thi Lamh is that it continues tojvCCow (god's wiCCin aCCtfiat 
it does wniCe heina oven to growth and new ways ojhuifding Christian unity 

Otltfo^W^^' r, < ™ r m Cft.. Sigma Phi Lambda, Sisters for 



it5 campus. Senior <AnaeCa <Boufdin y 

Sigma (Phi Lamvda President j u n , 




o r 
r e t n i e 
Gross , 
Sophomore 
Laura 
Davis, 
Freshman 
Natalie 
Beck, and 
Junior 
Sunni Petty 
show off 
t h e i r 
eclectic 
outfits for 
P h i 

Lambda ' s 
SING! 
Performance. 



Ashley 
Eaton , 
Sarah 
Barnett , 
Angela 
Bou Id i n , 
Jennifer 
K i g h t , 
K e n d r a 
Scott, 
and 
K r i s t e n 
Thomas 
smile 
w h i 1 e 
waiting 
for ice 
cream. 



the Lord, is an organization 
of spiritual growth and encour- 
agement. Over the past four 
years, Southwestern ' s chapter 
of Phi Lamb has grown from 12 
founding members in 1998 to this 
year's active membership of 48 
Christian women. Sigma Phi 
Lambda is a non-Greek, Chris- 
tian organization whose goal is 
to promote a strong Christian 
sisterhood in which women are 
able to grow in their relation- 
ships with Jesus Christ. Phi 
Lambda has numerous weekly ac- 
tivities that include Bible 
studies, chapter meetings with 
personal devotionals, and prayer 
groups. Also, throughout the 
year, Phi Lambs participate in 
numerous service activities and 
host many social events such 
as retreats and a spring semi - 
formal. All of the activities 
of Phi Lambda center around a 
Christian call found in our 
sorority verse, Romans 15:5-6: 
"May the Lord who gives endur- 
ance and encouragement give you 
a spirit of unity among your- 
selves as you follow Christ 
Jesus." 

Photos Contributed by Angela 
Bouldi n . 




ie beautiful Delta pledge class right before Phi Lambs gather before they hit the stage for their SING! 2000 
Initiation. performance, "Meet the Beatles on Southwestern Boulevard". 

Sigma Phi Lambda 111 



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Pikes, Chris Ronbinson, Matt Hoeft, Andrew Warner, Jeremy Jenkins, The Pikes sit in rare anticipation as 
Drew York, and Jay Widmer look so fine in their suits and ties the pledges get their run on 




Tyler Schadde, Bill McClain, Emmy Co 

Back row: Andrew Warner, Matthew Campbell, Zack Beaty, Will Saul Benitez, Thomas Patterson, 

Becker, John Lyell, Leedog Livingston, James Lunquist. Front Becker, Terry Sims, Alan Hooper, 

row: Saul Benitez, Josh Giovanetti, Thomas Patterson, Mike Hurtado relax together. They'll 

Miles, Terry Sims forever. 
Photos contributed by Pi Kappa Alpha 

112 Pi Kappa Alpha 



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Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity 



Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity 




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Phi's Cory 
Hopp, Patrick 
Paver, John 
Redi ngton , 
taunt the 
fallen Jimmy 
Paver . 

The pledge 
class of 2001, 
Back Row: Jim 
Andrews, James 
Pope, 
Wi nkler . 

a e r , 
Par r i s , 
H j erpe , 
Radusch 



Adam 

Aaron 

Scott 

Terry 

Kris 

and 

David 

Caldwell . 

Front Row: 

Miguel Lopez, 

Charlie Stern , 

Clay Coleman, 

Joey Fry, Nat 

Walter. 

Sophomores 
att Stevens, 
Wi 11 i m Key , 
Travis Moore, 
and Asael 
Paredes play 
the drums. 
John Marrs and 
Matt Stevens 
with the Phi 
dog, Hagi . 



From left to right: David Bowers, William Key, Charlie Cogan, Mark Riddell, Asael Paredes, Bo Elliott, Jon 
Cumberworth, Austin Ivey, Mark Stoner, John Marrs, Jeff Matovich, Matt Stevens, Jason Oaks, Jack Zinda, 
Clint Burrus, Travis Moore, Michael Dunleavy, Jimmy Bruns, Dustin Einhaus, Jimmy Paver, Jason Guynes, Josh 
Shepherd . 

Phi Delta Theta 113 




Student 



Congress 



This year under the leadership of President Jimmy Wright, Student 
Congress was forced to once again deal with important student issues 
such as the renovation of Ground Zero. Student Congress also had to 
quench the desires of a disgruntled Student Union that suddenly grew 
out of student malcontent with current school politics. As Student 
Congress adjusted to the changes brought by the new University President, 
the Congress also had to deal with incidents such as increased tuition 
and the Kappa Alpha dismissal. 



Student 
congress 
advi sor Dr . 
Tim O'Neil 






Br 
Ka 



ee Welter, Adrienne Odom, Marwa Abdala, Joe Alexander, Bethany Thomas 
therine Hahn, Loren Watt, Suzie Prucka and Stephanie Bonnette. 



immy Wright, Jud' 



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STUDENT JUDICIARY 

Turyose: to guarantee the integrity oft fie donor system f>y 
i serving as tne trifunaffor fearing affeged cases ojviofation 

oft fat system. We, tfe Soutfwestern community fonor 

tfisyfedge: 9 fave neitfer given nor received aid on tfis 

examination nor fave 1 seen anyone efsedo so. 



Photo Provided by Student Judiciary 




Front Row: Mary Mayes, Wendy Hayter and Angela Cobos. Second row: Sarah Wilson, Jennifer Dunning, 
April Calderon, Timeka Williams, and Jen Lang. Niki Leontaritis, Rebecca Wald, Sunil Naik, Matt 
Chumchal, Carlos Martinez, Joe Alexander, Michael Nasra. 

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Gail Davis, Jori Boutell, Amanda Seale, Robert Lassen, and Alan Hooper. On the table: Alan 
Suderman 

116 University Programs Council 



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T'he purpose of Canterbury is to create a j)Cace for worship, feCCowsfiip, and service according to tfie Episcopal Church, 




Closet lounge singer 
Celeste Tavera 



The pensive: 
Claire Campbell 



Canterbury of Southwestern 117 



Cathode " 
Student 
'Association 

idad Maryfuff of grace, 

Tfc Lord is with ^hee, 

hiessed art T'hou among 

women and hiessed is the 

fruit of thy womh Jesus. 

tfofu Mary Mother of 

Qodvrayjvr us sinners 

now and at the hour of 

our death. *Amen. 



Photo By Gaby Frey 





Joshua Stewart, Ana Alcarez, Trisha Mein, Lisa Cook, Victoria Edwards, Catherine Meshew. Not Pictured 
Ingrid Kliewer, Charlton Vance, Vanessa Fonseca, Aimee Milangue, Aeron Aanstoos. 



118 Catholic Student Association 




(The cross training gang out on a scavenger hunt 
| for ... a whole in the ground. 

HUH 



When cross trainers get hungry, they'll go to 
any lenths to get those midnight taquitos. 




Front: Erin Bales, Jennifer Kight, Amanda Bennett. Middle: Paul Maletic, Julia Reiter, Nikki 
Polnick, Natalie Berry, Kyle Wagonner, David Panto (across couch). Back: John Stewart, Philip 
Hatfield, Cameron Harvey, Paul Belk, Daniel Lowery. _ _,.".. ., „ » 

Cross Training 119 




Freshman Lindy Hauenstein Sophomores C i 
plays in the rain and mud Heather YodeMi 
Senior Dawn Korthals works on her tie-dye t-shirt during on the mall during a on the mall |i- 
Earth Day. The mall event featured bands, recycling, chalk torrential downpour, photo training camf3 
art and more. photo by Sarah Meyer. by Allen Cote. of the Fall |e- 

provided by i*i 



120 On the Mall 








r Campbell and 
miahoop while 
l. ng the RA/SA 
lithe begi nni ng 
I ster . photo 
|L Bri nkmeyer . 



Freshman Nicole 
Buehler does a 
handstand on the mall 
on an ordinary day . 
photo by Allen Cote. 



The swim team runs across 
the Mall wearing only 
their bathing suits. 
This occured on a fresh 
fall day. The swimmers 

yelled hollered and Sophomore Hiedi Tesch holds Gaby Frey's feet 
screamed as they ran It as Gaby scrambles across the Mall with only 
was quite a sight, photo her hands t0 support her. They appear to 

enjoy this odd form of transport. photo 



by Brandy Fyffe. 



provided by Gaby Frey 



On the Mall 121 




The new pledges 
are blindfolded 
before being 
tortured in the 
APO chamber of 
doom . 

Senior Matt Beck 
looks on as 
Senior Robert 
Lassen reveals 
how a good 
member of APO 
should look. 



Sophomore Gaby 
Frey , Matt Beck, 
and Sophomore 
Jennifer Hervey 
dance. 



Group Photo Row l:Catherine Meshew, Amanda Krcha, Tina Dai, Wendy Hayter, Katie Froelich, Matt Beck, Karla 
Hidalgo, Elizabeth Harper, Margaret Sloan. Row 2: Katie Krow, Michael Nguyen, Erin Leverenz, Jennifer 
Hervey, Aeron Aanstoos, Erika Sehne, Ingrid Kliewer, Melissa Gayton, Jenny Ausen. Row 3: Shanna Maldonado, 
Anne Boswell, Krystyn Alter, Chris Ramser, Michael Hackett, Gabrielle Frey, Amanda Ortiz, Kim Chau, Paul 
Ford. Row 4: Adrianne Stropes, Jesse Bernal, Will O'Neill, Brian Dabney, Jared Godar, Dana Sanders, Maya 
Tartakov, Robert Lassen, Sharon Wilson-Brown, Katie Si Iverthorne , Linda Patlan, Scott Vandigriff, Amanda 
Coward. Row 5: Veronica Godines, Vanessa Fonseca, Celestine Kahn, Jesica Rivero, Brian R. Brown, Jimmy 
Wri ght . 

122 Alpha Phi Omega 




Providing a forum for the campus community, which seeks to accept, 
understand, and appreciate individual differences 



Photo by A. Frater- Cote 



Photos courtesy Bridge Builders 

Junior Nell Valera portrays a young Latina 
woman who is experiencing discrimination for 
last fall's Tunnel of Oppression. 



The Bridgebui Iders play in order to get to 
know each other better while at the spring 
retreat . 



Group 
discussion of 
issues such as 
sexuality, race 
relations , 
lovi ng ki ndness 
and more all 
while enjoying 
the beauty of 
nature . 




Kim Greenway, 
Jesse Bernal , 
Dawn Korthals , 
Sarah Meyer, 
Hilda 
Gutierrez , 
Dani el Wall , 
Dana Sanders , 
Nell Valera, 
Beth Goetz, 
Dr . Wi nups , Dr . 
Wi nnubst , Dr . 
Gottschalk, 
Dr. Selbin, Dr. 
Adri an . 



Bridge Builders 123 




Manuel Buitrago, Ana Vazquez, Vanessa Vasquez, Chris Dutton, Sarah Barnett, Timeka Williams, Josh 
Stewart, Kim Chau, Vijay Jacob, Crystal Guillory, Donny Edwards, Fernando Garcia. 



124 Operation Achievement 



College Republicans 

"j£ke wfioCe art of (government consists in the art of being honest" 

homas Jejfe 



Group Photo By Gaby Frey and Pictures Provided by Sylvia Mayer 



erson 



Junior Suzy Prucka , 
Kelly Larsen , Senior 
Sylvia Mayer, 
Katherine, and 
Senior Clint Mo rr is 
on election night 
after George W. Bush 
was announced the 
winner (The first 
time) . 

Seni or Sylvia Mayer 
with congressman 
Pete Sessions (SU 
Alum) . 



Senior Clint Morns 
Freshman Shelby 
Knight, Freshman Brad 
Knapp, and Senior 
Sylvia Mayer rally for 
Congressman Ron Paul. 




The College 
Republicans on 
election night in 
Austin: Freshmen Brad 
Knapp, Marwa Abdala, 
Shelby Knight, and 
Scott Talbert. 



Josh Lindloff, Natalie Beck, Suzy Prucka, Denise Valdez and daughter Sophomore William Key puffs up his 
Maria Guadalupe Valdez-Soto, Kelly Larsen, Sarah Spri ngfi eld , Sylvia feathers for the camera with Advisor 
Mayer, Bethany Smith, Matt Chumchal . Tim O'Neal. 

College Republicans 125 




Front: Bak Zoumanigui . Crystal Gui I lory , Tameka Williams, Cecilia Guevara, Daria Russell, Emily Stewart , 
and Sheralyn Sherman. Back: Keverly Williams, Olga Sosa, Keri Ward, Rhianna Simes, and Kia Carter. 

Ebony's purpose is to promote unity among African Americans and the SU community and to heighten a 
sense of identity, greater awareness and appreciation of African American culture. 



126 Ebony 




Participants of 
the Vagi na Mono- 
logues spon- 
sored by Femi- 
nist Voices: 
K a t r i n a 
H a k k i n e n , 
Mariko Buser , 
Rhi anna Si mes , 
Dana Sande rs , 
Haeli Colina, 
Annie Londos , 
Anne Boswel I , 
Franceanna 
Campagna . 

Picture provi ded 
by Rhianna Simes 




Members of 
Feminist 
Voi ces : The F : 
K a t r i n a 
H a k k i n e n , 
Rhi anna Simes , 
Franceanna 
Campagna. The 
V : Annie 

Londos and 
M e 1 i s s a 
Whi ted. 



Feminist Voices 127 













Jack Green Musselman, Jenny Bohmfalk, Dana Sanders, Joan Strandtmann , Erin Leverenz 



128 Allies 




BROTHERS 

Making a Difference, One Child at a Time 

SISTERS 




Little Sister, 

Courtney rock climbs 
with her Big Sis, 
Junior Amanda 

Ackermann . 



story and f kotos £>y 'Amanda 
'Ackermann and Jennifer Gjrimsley 



Courtney is my little sister, 
and she is fifteen years old. 
We were matched up only a 
few months ago, but we have 
become close already. I 
think that she was really 
glad to be matched up with 
someone only a few years 
older than her because we 
have so many things in 
common. Basically we just 
hangout together. We go to 
the movies. Laser Quest, the 
arcade, shopping, and 
sometimes we just lounge 
around at either of our homes 
and watch TV or a movie. 
Sometimes, Big Brother/ 
igSisters plans really cool 
events, such as rock 
climbing, which add a little 
variety. I am really glad 
that I became a Big Sister 
because I feel that I have 
helped Courtney just by 
listening to her. Sometimes, 
that is all it takes . 

Dominic Earl is my Little 
Brother. He is eight years 
old. We were matched last 
spring. He lived in 

Georgetown at the time, 
but now lives in Austin 
with his other 

grandmother. He is very 
energetic and 

enthusistic. He enjoys 
bowling, going to Mall 
|Ball and playing soccer 
in the park . Domi ni c 
and I have a great time 
hanging out and doing 
fun activities 

together . 



Sophomore Jennifer 
Grimsley bowls 
with her little 
brother Domi n i c 

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Azerbaijan 



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Sea of Okhotsk 



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Sea 

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Front: Reagan Herr ,Chri sti e Au , Cecilia Guevara. Middle: Emiko Nakanishi, Chihiro Kobayashi 
Pui-Ling Tai . In the tree: Steven Smith, Paul Danneman, Ben Klingler. 







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International Club 




Melissa Taylor, Gabrielle Frey, Marcela Velazquez, Brice Tanner. 



The International Club's purpose is to create a base for the unity of present international students and 
to increase the awareness of the community with respect to the international students. This year 
Southwestern had international students from Germany, Austria, China and Japan. 



International Club 131 







Junior Mark Riddell 
demonstrates what goes on 
behind closed doors at the 
Milkbar. 



Senior Laura Bissett works 
the bar giving her customer 
change, photo by B. Fyffe 



Looks like Senior Laura 
Bissett and Freshman Peter 
Hubner have had just a 
little too much caffeine. 




Executives 

photos by Milkbar Staff (surprise, surprisefll 



Sophomore Bini Diaz, 

Junior Allison Young, 

Sophomore Liz Goren, 

and Senior Dave 

Berkelbock lounge in 

front of the mural that 

the girls created i n 

the Milkbar. 

Junior Natalie Munoz 

takes full advantage 

of her pr i veledged 

status at the Milkbar 

by relaxing while 

sucking down some 

whipped cream. 

Mmmmmmm . 

Milkbar 

guru, 

Junior 

Adam 

A g u i r r e 

gets 

attacked 

b y 

fellow 

staff 

members . 



Emily 
Zalkovsky , 
Laura 
Bissett, 
Karen 
Adamson , 
and Jeff 
D e J o n g 
make 
mischief. 

132 Korouva Milkbar Staff /Executives 






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Junior 
Eric 
S e g e r s 
parks it 
on his 

newly made 
Recycling 
bin. 
Students 
could 
decorate 
their own 
personal 
bin for 
their dorm 
room at 
the Autumn 
Earth Day. 
photo : 
Hillary 
Hunter 





Jenny Carlson, Dr. Emily 
Niemeyer, Amy Casbeer, 
and Victoria Edwards 
convene to discuss 
current environmental 
issues at a 5EAK meeting. 
photo:B. Fyffe 

Sophomores Brandy Fyffe 
and Victoria Edwards man 
the "Empty Bowls" table 
sponsored by the Art 
Association at Autumn 
Earth Day. The proceeds 
went to a soup kitchen 
in Austin, photo: H. 
Hunter 

Seakers listen intently 
at a meeting as Junior 
Eric Segers talks about 
new business, photo: S. 
Meyer 



Southwestern Environmental Awareness Club 133 



Seakers: Front: 
Stephen 
Smajstrla, Beth 
Goetz, Janel 
Owens, Kelly 
Ray, Reyhan 

Ricklefs, Justin 
Harris. Back: 
Alma Cooper , Dr . 
Laura Hobgood- 
Oster, Dawn 
Korthals, Brandy 
Fyffe, Stephanie 
Ritter, Victoria 
Edwards, Eric 
Segers, Zach 
Martin, photo: 
S. Meyer 




LATINOS jjgf 

SOUTHWESTERN ^ '" ■ 




tf o 
UNIDOS 







Sophomore Apri 
Calderon make 
paper f lowe r 
using a variet" 
of differen 
colors of ti ssu 
paper . 




A children's dance company from 
Georgetown performed traditional Latin 
dances complete with shining gold dress, 
and feather headdresses. 

Lati nos 



Alumnus Erik 
Agui r re dance 
while serenade 
by J u n i o 
Carlos Martine 
who is decke 
out in a sobrer 
and poncho. 



Members of Latino 
Unidos spice i t up o 
the dance floor, 
live band provide 
the music, and th 
floor was hopping. 



photo 
contri bute 
by Latino 
Unidos an 
Gaby Frey 



Unidos 13- 



MOClel VAV.V.V.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.::: 

United Nations 

■ ■■■■ 

Working 'toward the /l ttflft ff I ^P/T^" lf\V% 

'Unity of Mankind l/f *J MFll^lltf C/fl 

Participants: Justin Harris, Brad Knapp, Marwa Abdalla, 
Robert Romig, Genevieve Pruneau. 

U.N. delegates mill around while discussing politics 
as usual at a U.N. event. 

... -i " 




I : reshmen Genevieve Pruneau and Robert Romig enjoy 
'lunch with the U.N. members. 



U.N. members participate in a simulation of the actual 
procedures of the United Nations. 

photos provided by Justin Harris. 

Model United Nations Organization 135 



Juniors 
Annie 
L o n d o s 
and Misty 
McLaughlin 
and 
Senior 
C a r 1 a 
Marienfeld 
chill out 
with some 
pop 
c i c 1 e s . 
photo by 
Annie 
Londos . 



Birds of 




Freshman Jacquelyn Poplawsky and Senior Sylvia Mayer go out on Sophomore Rhonda Roberts am 
a formal night with each other as friends often do. photo Junior Nick Hersch share theii 
provided by Sylvia Mayer. musical genius over the piano 

photo by Sarah Meyer. 



136 Friendships 



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a 



F e a t h e r 




Sophomore Jennifer Hervey, 
Senior Matt Beck, and Sophomore 
Erin Leverenz coast down the 
juadalupe in New Braunfels. 
ohoto by Gaby Frey. 



Friendships 137 



A thundercloud sits 
menacingly above the 
chapel . photo by 
Brandy Fyffe. 

Polio De Lux hangs 
stoicly above the 
counter in the 
middle of the work- 
place at Korouva. 
photo by Sarah 
Meyer . 

A rusty trai ler si ts 
amongst the brush 
around Georgetown, 
photo by Matt 
Irvine. 



"ALooi 

through the 

Mind's Eye of 

Southwestern 

Students 






138 People, Places, and Things 



Sarah 
Meyer lis- 
tens to 
music 
while 
studying, 
photo by 
Allen 
Cote. 

Smoke bi 1- 
lows from 
a ciga- 
rette . 
photo by 
Allen 
Cote. 

Sun shines 
down on 
the chapel 
enci rcled 
by a tree . 
photo by 
Brandy 
Fyffe. 




People, Places, and Things 139 




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VIEWS 



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-What's your favorite common's food? Why? 



"My favorite food was those 
great little grilled chicken 
breasts for sandwiches that they 
used to have every day. I'd eat 
them on salads, in sandwiches, and 
on pasta. Now I usually rely on 
lunch meat for protein. " 

->hethgoetz, sophomores* 



"I like when they serve 
corn. Other than the fact that 
it's swimming in butter (like 
everything else), it doesn't seem 
to be something you can easily screw 
up. 

~r.nri.rnA miliar iuninr* 



What is your favorite 
thing to do on the mall? 

"Cartwheels at night or 
run through the sprinklers in 
my pa] amas . " 



conrad mifter, junior* ~hethgoetz, sophomore' 



-On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate your 
roommate on coolness, and why? 

"I give a big 10+ to Nick Hirsch." "10--this one talks!" 

~eric segers, junior ~ ~autumn erwin, senior* 

"Matt Siekielski gets a 10. 6 points for his coolness and the 
extra 4 for each extra inch of hair on his head." 

~ryan murphy, sojphomore~ 

"My roommate is a 9. She is really sweet and always helpful. 
She is incredibly fun to be with 



"Swim in the grass 
preferably the backstroke so i canr 
watch the clouds roll by." 

~eric segers, junior* 

"Ultimate Frisbee." 

~matt heck, senior* 



~heth bonnette, junior? 



Do you have any interesting road trip stories to share? 

"This past Christmas the swim team went on a road trip to Florida. 
Imagine a 24-hour bus ride to Ft. Lauderdale with people you see half 
naked every day . " 

~ryan murphy , sophomore* 

"This past friday, three of my guy friends and I decided to skip 
classes and go to San Marcos in pursuit of these old witches' graves. 
We weren't able to enter the cemetery because of a funeral, so we 
just turned around and headed back to campus. It was crazy." 



-What's the best thing 

about Southwestern? 

The worst thing? 

"Best: the friends. 
Worst: realizing that you have 
the wrong major and minor." 

~eric segers, junior ~ 

"I think that the coolest 
thing is how you can walk around 
campus and know everybody. But, 
that's also bad because if you 
do anything dumb, everyone knows 
about it within an hour!" 



mary heth kovsovitch, sojphomore~ ~kirsten Johnson, junior* 



140 Student Views 




■Kim Chow, Catherine Meshew, Trisha Mein, James Sloan, Jennifer Harper 
Luisa Arellano, Donny Edwards, Meghan Anderson and Natalie Beck. 



Barbara Ahrendt, Genny Bohmfalk, 



S.H.A.R.P. 141 



Students 



who watch 



Manga 




'Anime 



Manga Mani acs : 
Charles Lindsey, 
Sara Gray, 

Amanda Mi 1 by , 
James Sloan, 
Erin Bankhead , 
Davi d Shi Ikun , 
Robert Lassen. 




Senior Robert 
Lassen and 

Amanda M i 1 by 
lounge as they 
watch an anime 
film. 




142 S.U 




Junior Erin 
Bankhead and 
F reshman David 
Shilkun enjoy a 
night of anime. 

Manga Corps 




o 



^ationaC Organization for the 'Reform of 'Marijuana Laws 



photos by Sarah Meyer 




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Juniors Al ly son 
Mabry and J i Hi an 
Palmieri take 
part in the 
illegal chalk 
drawing at the 
Extravaganj a . 



Candidate for Railroad 
Commissioner Gary Dugger 
speaks at a Norml meeting 
as members Gigi Nevils, 
Stephen Smajstrla, and 
Judie Niskala listen 
i ntently . 



Students overflowed from the backporch of 
the Milkbar during Tuesday Night Norml 
meetings. Norml gained status as an 
organization this year. 

Sophomores Stephen Smajstrla and Martin Moeller, 
Junior Luis Cuellar, and Freshman Matt Beebe lay 
down some funky tunes at the Extravaganja. 

S.U. N.O.R.M.L. 143 



Center Stage 
A?- T>ance 




Lisa Cook, Sarah Barnett, Emily 
Latour, EJ Nonmacher, Leticia 
Davila, Luis Cuellar, Manuel 
uitrago, Alejandra Zamorano. 



Seniors Janna Dalton and Jenny 
Cavazos embrace before a 
performance . 

Back Row: Yesenia McNett, Yesenia Garcia, 
Catherine Jones, Linda Patlan, Stephanie 
Eaker, Emily Latour, Leticia Davila, Karla 
Hidalgo, Alejandra Zamorano, Elisabeth 
Reyna, Marcela Velazquez, Martina Maurer, 
Aimee Millangue, Rebecca Stelter. Front 
Row: Sarah Barnett, Nicole Diaz, Lisa Cook, 
Janna Dalton, Jenny Cavazos, Vivian Ramirez. 




B r e n d a 
Romero , Jenny 
Cavazos , 
Catherine 
Jones, Evelyne 
Orlander , 
M a r i s a 
Campi rano and 
Lizette Torez 
s t r i n 
Chri stmas 
lights. 



144 Centerstage Dance 



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ExceCCence in (Diversity 




Sign of the Times 145 



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marwa abdalla 

veronica arellano 

claire campbell 

haeli colina 

jeannie khouri 

leslie higgs 

mitchell galloway-edga 

katrina randers 

breanna rollings 

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Features Editor 



Scott Rocher 




Sarah Meyer 



Megaphone Staff 149 



Now Showing 

Sou f w ester 

lAr Starring ^ 




Editor-in-Chief (Brandy Eyffe 

a.k.a. 

iir the Last Sou'wester 'Editor— Ever" 



150 Sou'wester 



"^decent 
Exposure" 



Assistant Editor Victoria Edwards 

a.k.a. 

ur the (Unsuspecting (Roommate" 



Sports Editor 

Christopher Ramser 

a.k.a. 

"Badhoy" 



(photographe 
(jahy Trey 



"(Huhha 
huhha" 



fo My Beloved Southwestern Community: 

With basically one computer, two other 
editors, a few photographers, some inge- 
luity and a lot of coffee this yearbook 
:ame. to be. When I undertook this project 
[ knew that it would be a grueling job, ^ 
but I had no idea just how grueling it 
vould be. Difficulties arose from all 
angles, from people missing deadlines to 
iisf unctional printers. Just know that if 
something could go wrong it probably did. 
1y hopes for this yearbook were exceed- I 
ingly high going into this project, and I think that is reflected in 
:his book. 

Often we don't realize what goes into making such an elaborate 
ind extensive project as a yearbook. Having little support from 
myone but my roommate, I soon found out how important reliable and 
■esponsible staff truly are. I learned so much from the production of 
:his book. I learned that you can never expect to procrastinate and 
lave everything turn out ok because that printer won't print or that 
:omputer will crash. I learned that trying to get a group of faculty 
lembers together is like trying to make a peanut butter and jelly 
;andwich without any peanut butter, jelly, and only one slice of 
>read. It's also extremely hard to 

sell these things. I feel for 
people who have to sell things. 
I mean, why don't people just 
believe that they need to buy a 
Sou'wester? I guess if you are 
reading this you got the mes- 
sage. 

Hopefully, this yearbook is 
a recap of the best (and worst) 
of this year. My goal was to 
produce a Sou'wester that, twenty 
years from now, you all could 
look back and say, "My, how times 
have changed!". And, you will 
say that. &i^ii > JuLm, 



Editor's Note 151 



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The Southwestern Honor Code is a tradition that upholds the 
academic integrity of the university and the student body. 
Students write and sign the Honor Code on all examinations, 
quizzes, homework, and any assignments where the professor 
deems it necessary. The Honor Code provides the campus 
community with a high standard of trust amongst the students 
and faculty. 



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153 



Inauguration of the 15th 




Former President of the Senior Jesse Fernandez Former President of the United States Jimmy Carter, Chapl 
United States Jimmy pu ts his soul into the Beverly Jones, Mrs. Jane Woodman Schrum, and 14th Presid 
Carter speaks at the gospel performance of Southwestern University Dr. Roy B. Shilling look on 



inauguration as new given by the 

President of the Southwestern Chorale 

University Jake B. and Si ngers along wi th 

Schrum applauds, photo the Huston-Ti Uotson 

by Taylor Jones. choir, photo by Andrew 

Loehman . 

154 Inauguration 



President Schrum gives his inaugural address, photo by Sa 
Meyer . 



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^resident of Southwestern 

Schrum =^— ^— = 



Dr. Vicente Villa presents the new President with the 
University Mace. The Mace is a ceremonial staff displayed 
as a symbol of authority and is adorned with the University 
Seal, photo by Taylor Jones. 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY " f 

MQTHER OF ALL TEXAS CG>LLEG ES, AND, UH\M E'R.SVTV^' 
bsORBSD, CHARTA 
\UNTY (1840}, AND WESLE YAN MALE AMD FEMALE COUJt 
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Alumni from each graduating year 
at Southwestern walk in the opening 
procession on either side of the 
Southwestern Marker which sits at 
the head of the University, photo 
by Rudolpho Gutierrez. 



Thousands 
attended the 
inauguration. 
Here the 
crowd can be 
seen from an 
aerial view, 
photo by 
Taylor Jones. 



r. Jimmy Carter, 39th 
President of the United 
States, answers public 
questions in front of 
a backdrop painted by 
Georgetown students at 
Benold Middle School 
along with their 
teacher, Mr. Lucas 
Adams , i n Mr . Carter ' s 
honor, photo by Taylor 
Jones . 




Southwestern 
student 
leaders 
carry their 
organizations' 
banners in 
the 
communi ty 
procession 
which 
opened the 
inauguration, 
photo by 
Taylor 
Jones . 



Inauguration 155 




C/iiTf ij&XJ 



They instill in us the knowledge and values to last a lifetime 
They help us when we do not know what comes next. 
They challenge us. 

They listen to us. 
They share their ideas and eagerly await for us to share ours. 
They are the conductors of information. 
They push us to the limits. 
They encourage us. 

The are what make a university. 



They are the professors 



156 



kT^ 








, 4'"'- 





Patrick Veerkamp, 

(Department Chair 




'Assistant Professor 

(Dr. QCimberCy Smith 

Associate Professor 

*Mary ifaCe-Visser 

Associate Professor 

Patrick Veerkamp 

| Associate Professor 

^Victoria Star Varner 



Art Faculty 157 



i ir re) i j £ y 



£ j c t | £ f 

Dr. (Rebecca SheCCer, 

Department Chair 





(Professor 

Vicente ViCCa 

"Associate (Professor 

Rebecca SneCCer 

Visiting Assistant (Professor 

(DonaCd Dearborn 

Assistant "Professor 

Deborah Eastman 



Laboratory Coordinator 

Linda Johnson 

Associate (Professor 

Robert (Morgan 

(Professor 

Stephanie (Fabritius 



158 Biology Faculty 



-& HEMISTRV 



ACUL TV 



*Dr. QCerry (Bruns, 

(Department Chair 




(Associate (professor 
Kerry (Bruns 

Professor 
Trank Quziec 



Assistant "Professor 
tEmify Tfiemeyer 

Professor 
Tred QiiCgeman 



Chemistry Faculty 159 




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VIEWS 



& 



Have you had a professor at Southwestern 
who has changed your life? How? 



"Even though I never really got to knc 
him too well, I think Dr. Garth Irwin did teac 
me something. It always seemed that everyone 
ever knew who was older than myself was onl 
concerned with making money. What he taught n 
was simple: there are people out there who ac 
tually care about more than just being able 1 
buy this or that, or about appearing to t 
successful or about money. What a overly cor 
plex concept, huh?" 

*conrad miller , junior* 

"In some way they all have -- each in their own way and with their different personality 
and perspectives in subjects and on life in general." 



"I have had several such professors, most 
of whom reside in the English Department; Dr. 
Ellis is someone who I will always remember for 
inspiring me in lots of different ways. Dr. 
Meyers is a caring and intelligent burst of 
energy, and Dr. Kilfoyle has the sexiest voice 
at Southwestern. I dare you to find another 
professor who makes you swoon when reading Middle 
English. " 



Set d bonnette, junior 



eric segerSy junior? 



-Which are more important: the lessons 
learned in or outside of the 

classroom? 



"Both are places in which we learn impor- 
tant lessons, but it is applying what you have 
learned inside the classroom in lessons that 
you learn outside the classroom." 

*mary betfi koysovitcfiy soipfiomore* 

"I believe the lessons learned outside 
the classroom are more important. They are the 
'real life' lessons which are taught through 
experience and not from any book." 

~meagfian anderson y first-year* 



160 Student Views 



"Personally, I feel that the lessons 
person had the opportunity to learn outside 
the classroom only enrich the lessons that hi 
she learns inside the classroom, but, once oi 
leaves the classroom, there are some lessoi 
that you will never apply again in life. What 
more the lessons that are learned in life a 
first hand and make a greater impact on t 
person. Those lessons have the capability 
lasting a lifetime." 

Berenice tostado, first-year* 



BUSINESS/ 



ECONOMICS 



FACULTY 



Tred Setters, 

Department Ckair 



61 



'Associate Professor 

(EmiCy (hforthrojp 

Associate Professor 

John (Defaney 

Professor 

91.J. Senchacfc 

Associate (Professor 

(Mary Young 

Associate Professor 

(Dirk (EarCy 

(Professor 

Kenneth Roberts 

Associate (Professor 

(Don Parks 

Associate Professor 

Tred Setters 

Business/Economics Faculty 





Faculty 

S (terry *Adrian 9 l^ 

Department Cfiair / 

3 



(Professor 

Q^fick Sikes 

(Assistant Professor 

LaVonne WeaC 

(Assistant Professor 

S (terry ^Adrian 

(Instructor 

QCaron LeCompte 

(Instructor 

Jenny Simon 

(Associate (Professor 

Sharon Johnson 

Education Faculty 1< 




N G L I 5 H 



f ACUITY 



*Dr. Tfavid ^aineSy 

Department Cfiair 



(Assistant (Professor 

(Elisabeth 

Tiedmont-'Marton 

Associate Trojessor 

(tfeCene (Meyers 

Associate Trojessor 

(David Raines 

(Professor 

WaCter (Herbert 

Assistant (Professor 

(EiCeen Cfeere 




1 



English Faculty 163 




photo courtesy Sou'wester 2000 



'Assistant 'Professor 'Department Cfiair Instructor Assistant Prof esse 
JuCie CarroCC Suzanne Ckamier Jutie QCCeinhans Jingyu §u 



Assistant Professor Professor Associate Professor 

(Damian tfinojosa Witfiam ChiCdCers §(enda CarC 



164 Modern Languages Faculty 





F-a-c-u-l-t-y 

(Dr. Jan Dawson, 
(Department Chair 



M 




'Associate Professor (Professor 

Steve Davidson Jan Dawson 

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor 

Lisa Moses Leff (DanieC Castro 

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor 

(ffiomas McCCendon tEfizaQetfi (green-yAusseCman 

History Faculty 165 




'Associate Professor 'Associate (Professor Associate "Professor 
Richard Penman Qary Richter Barbara Voucher Owens 
Associate "Professor honorary •Devt. Member ^ociate Professor 
Kendatt 'Richards Marty KeCCey Therese Shelton 

Assistant "Professor Assistant "Professor Assistant 'Professor 
Cameron Cunningham MichaeCjohn Suzanne T° x 'Buchele 
Sawyer McCarthy 'Professor 

J J Walt Totter 

166 Mathematics/ Computer Science Faculty 






kinesiology £r 

oaching 
Fac 








hoto: B. Fyffe 



"Professor CarCa Lowry 

tfeadijotf Coach Van (HuyCe 

'Assistant ProfessorShannon CarCson 

Assistant Professor QAiguef Benavicfes 

Assistant Professor Timothy Tukys 

Assistant Professor (Biff llaCeign 

Assistant Professor T>on Qregory 

Assistant Professor James MaCCon 

Assistant Professor Jack Tfatau 

Associate Professor Jimmy Smith 

Assistant Professor Jim SheCton 

(Dr. CarCa Lowry , 

Department Cftair 






Kinesiology/ Coaching Faculty 167 




Department 

Cfiair 

<Bift 

O y< Brien 



Tacufty 





168 Physics Faculty 



Professor 
Robert 
Boeder 



'Assistant 
Trojessoi 
'RonaCd 
WiCfieCn 







instructor 
Tarn (Rossman 



'Assistant (Professor 
Laurie T. Scott 




T)r. CaroCe 9L Lee, 

(Dean of the SchooC 
of Tine ftrts 






Thr. QCenneth 
Shwppard, 

(Department 
Chair 



< Artist- ( 2n- ( Resi({ence ) Assistant (Professor 
ifai Zheng 



Assistant (Professor 
(Bruce *A. Cain 



(Professor T. (ECCsworth (Peterson 

Artist-in-(Resi<{ence } Assistant (Professor 
(Raymond Schroeder 






photos courtesy Fine Arts Web page 



MUSIC T ( AC ( ULT , Y 

Associate ^Professor QCiyosfti T'amagawa 
Associate (Professor Lois Terrari 

Music Faculty 169 



Political 



Science 



Faculty 



<Dr. rtmotfiyj. O'rfeiCC 

Department Chair 





Associate Trofessor 



T r ofe ssor 
TCorence C. §ou(<£ 

170 Political Science Faculty 



(Robert S. Snyder 



T r ofe ssor 
rtmothyj. O i( Weitf 




T)r. Jesse *Purdy 9 

(Department Cfiair 





(Professor 

Jesse (Purdy 

'Associate Professor 

JacqueCine WLuir-ISroadCdus 

Assistant Professor 

(Brian Q^eigdSors 



Assistant Professor 
tfraci Quiliano 

Professor 
WiCCiam Q-Coo&er 



Psychology Faculty 171 




ikm&w Faculty 



T>r. Laura tfobgoodt-Oster, 

'Department Chair 






'Associate Professor Assistant (Professor 

(ffiomas liCaclzburn "Peter QottscfiaCfi 

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor 

Laura tfobgood-Oster shannon WinnuQst 

Instructor Assistant Professor 

PdiCijf) tfopkins (ECaine Craddock 




photo by Brandy Fyffe 




172 Religion and Philosophy Faculty 







o*>° 



fa 



c* 




*Dr. T>an itiCCiardt, 

Department Cftair 



'Associate (Professor 

(Maria Lowe 

Assistant (Professor 

(Mario QonzaCes 

(Brown (Distinguished 

teaching Trofessor 

Edward QCain 

Assistant (Professor 

(MeCissa Jonnson 

^Professor 

(Dan (tfiCCiard 

(Instructor 
(RacfteC (Meyer 



Sociology/ Anthropology Faculty 173 




*Dr. *Ric(i lloemer, 

(Department Chair 




(Assistant (Professor 

John Ore 

Trojessor 

(Rick lloemer 

Associate Trojessor 

KathCeen JuhC 

Assistant (Professor 

(Kerry (BechteC 

Assistant Trojessor 

(Desi (RoybaC 



174 Theatre Faculty 




~ Why do you teach at Southwestern? 

- "I teach at Southwestern because of the stimulating interactions with students I 
have enjoyed since I decided to take a position teaching here. Since I began teaching at 
Southwestern, I have found that the students in my classes are very much like the students 
who I met during my interview, and I have been very pleased with how they have decided to 
use their talents", Dr. Kerry Bruns. 

-"Many reasons --but the one that comes to mind right -"I enjoy teaching at 

now is that Southwestern offers flexibility to explore a wide Southwestern most of all 

range of academic interests (for students and faculty alike) when students engage au- 

within a rigorous academic program", Dr. Laura Hobgood- thentically with challenging 



Oster. 

How do you think South- ~ What's your favorite thing 

western has affected you as to do outside of the class- 

a person ? room ? 

--"It has made me more -"My favorite thing to 

deeply 'Me' - teaching here do outside of class is to sit 

has put me in touch with my back and play bass while be- 

own authenticity, integrity, ing amazed by the mandolin 

and sense of purpose. Teach- licks of Mike McCarthy, or the 

ng here continuously pushes guitar licks of Lee Edwards, 



texts and concepts-and when 
they do it in a second lan- 
guage, eg, French! Today, 
March 2, the students in my 
French Cultures & Civ class 
were exemplary in all regards. 
This is the kind of teaching/ 
learning environment in 
which a genuine dialogic is 
possible— possible but never 



u j J i- 11 4. j 1 u n- 1 r\* easy or automatic. When stu- 

me as a teacher,and, thus, as Jim Hunt and John Bigley. Of , y ir 

dents and faculty work to- 
gether to create such an at- 
mosphere, such a collabora- 
tive and non-adversarial rela- 



a person. I have grown so course, it hasn't done my 
much in the last four years", hearing any good...", Dr. Dan 
Dr. Christine Kiesinger. Hilliard. 



What's your favorite movie of all time? 

-"Waiting for Guffman", Dr. Rick Roemer. 



tionship, the classroom is the 
best of all possible worlds" , 
Dr. Suzanne Chamier. 



■How would you describe your teaching style? 

- "only superficially superficial", Dr. David Gaines. 



Faculty Reflections 175 



University Staff 




Secretary in the Presidents office s 
(hCeCCen (ReveCCe 





photo by A. Cote 



President 
Jake *B. Scdrum 



Administrative Assistant \ 
to the President 

(Francie Scftroeder 




Provost's Office 



Registrar's Office 

p h o to by A Co t e 



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QCathi (krrington, Secretary 

(Dianne Syrock, (Program (Assistant 

Jim *}£unt } (Provost/Dean ofTacuCty 

JuCie CowCey, 'Associate Trovost 

(Paige 'Bonner, Assistant Registrar 
(Renee VanSfyke, (Information SyeciaCist 

(David Stones, Registrar 

QCimberCy lAuryhy, Assistant ^Registrar 

Mary Loescher, Student information SyeciaCist 

176 President, Provost, Registrar 




Development Office 





AvriC l(amvton Terez, director oj (Pfanned (giving 

T>avid Leggett, 'Assistant "Director oj Annual giving 

Shawn §unnin, (President's Council Director 

Lynn *BaCC, Secretary 

Kent huntsman, Associate Vice President 

'bfancy Tore fie, Senior 'Executive Secretary 

Janice Stephens, Secretary 



Financial Aid Office 




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Fiscal Affairs Office 

Development , 



photo by A. Cote 

James §aeta, Director 

tfish Owens, Secretary 

Debbie Sanderfer, Associate Director 

tfadia Wlahannah, Assistant Director 



Richard Anderson, 

Vice President 
iforma Qaines, 

Senior Executive Secretary 

<Boh <Mathis, 

Associate Vice "President 
for Tacidties and Campus Services 



Financial Aid, Fiscal Affairs 177 



University 

Relations 

Office 




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§reg Holland, Asst. Director Public Pxlatims/Mar^eting 

§aylene "Witts, 'Donor (Records Coordinator 

Carrie Johnson, Asst, THrector Publications 

Lou Ann Moore, Sr. 'Executive Secretary 

Carol Champion, Coord. 'Advancement 'Information Services 

%ay Patterson, Editorial Asst. 

Xan %oonce, University Events Asst. 

(georgianne tfewett, THrector Afumni/Parent 



Admissions Office 

Karon ( Armisteaa r , Asst. THrector 

Cory RngCin, Counselor 

Christine (Bowman, (Asst, (Director/Coord 

(Area Program 

Janet Lopez, Counselor 

Scott SandovaCC, (Assoc. (Director 

Susan (Doherty, Data Entry Operator 

(Mike (Rossman, Sr. (Assoc. (Director 

Sarah Smith, Coord. Campus Visitation 

(Emmalee (hfuhhCe, Sr. Executive Secretary 

(BeverCy Wheeler, (Assoc. THrector 

(Monty Curtis, 'Associate Vice President 

Enrollment (Management 

John Lind, Vice President Enrolment 

'Management 



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Cindy Navies, Associate Vice President 

Patti Montgomery, Secretary 

(Dan Yoxall, THrector Publications 

Jan Qiowlin, (Director (Advancement 'Information Services 

Cindy Tierzog, Constituency Pecords Coordinator 

%im *Haik, (Asst. (Director 'Alumni 

Eric Van Vanen, (Director Public Pxlations/Mar^eting 

(De6hie Pauley, Director liniversity Events 




Career Services 




Alexandra Anderson, Assistant director 

Roger Young, "Director 

'Maria QCruger, Internship Coordinator 

Sharon tfefiman, Secretary 




Human Resources Office 

Kerry SfiameC, (Benefits Coordinator/Staff "Recruiter 

Jeanne CaCvin, Assistant 

¥,tma Terrari, Associate Vice "President 

C fir is Murray, Data Coordinator 

photo courtesy Sou'wester 2000 



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C fieri Gardner, 'Associate director 

*ApriC (Brinkmeyer, 'Assistant 'Director 

Linda (Mc(FaCC, Secretary 

Sderri (Ba6coctz, Vice r President/ r Dean of Students?, 

lAike Leese, Associate Vice President 

(Beau, Qratzer, Assistant Director 

Student Activities/ 
Religious Life Offices 



Residence Life Office 




Jamie Woody, 

Director 
(BeverCy Jones, 

Cfiapfain 
*fanya WiCCiams, 

Director of Diversity 

'Education 

(Becky (Becker, 

Secretary for CjfofaaC 
Leadership Initiative 

photo courtesy 

Sou'wester 2000 

Health Services 
Office 

Lee (Edwards, Director of 

Counsefing 

§ai( Starzynskiy Director 

(Karen (hCabib, Counsefor 

Wendy Streza, (Massage 

'Yfverapist 
(Ana (rfermosiCCa, Student 

'Aid 
Car a llrSany Student Aid ~ 
(Karen (Massicotte, 
Secretary 

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Bookstore 

Larry Conned 
Debbie CottreCC 

Qwen §reen 
OCenny Chambers 



(Dana l(endrix, ( ReadCo$£Ction 

Ttevebovment/Acauisitions 

Lisa 'Anderson, Asst Inter-Library 

'Bobbie SiaaCa, Secretary 

Laura ifefms, Circulation Cfierk 

l(ona Yu, Librarian/Catatoger 

%atdryn StattardMead 

Syecia(Co((ections 
John <Big(ey, ^dead Library 

'Automation Services 

Jeanette l(o(Ciday } Cierfc, 

'fherese OCson, tfeaaCataioaina 

Linda Codings, Library Asst 

CarofTonken, Librarian/ 

l{ead Circulation 

'Dana Morrow, CieA 

Lynne 'Brodu, (Dean Library Services 

'fony idockenberry, Coord. Audi 

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5.U. Police Department 




Officers 

(Randy (Mount 
Victor *Mafiagan 

Isot Tictured: Cfiiej Tteborafi (Brown, 

(Assistant Chief Mike MitcfieCC, Tat 

Murray, Cjary ^Marek 



Liiian Smith 

%enny Chambers 

Margaret T'ijerina 



S.U. Post Office 



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Information Technology Services 




ront: David Williamson, Todd Watson, Pat Ramsey, Laura Gerlinger, Barbara Biells, George 
Ihristie. Back: Bob Paver, Bob Radford, Harold Eidson, Traci Willis, Margie Holzgen, 
Jennifer O'Daniel, Peter Valian. 



Godward 
Sharon 



, Andrew 
McEuen , 



Housekeeping /Physical Plant 




ustodians Thelma Garza 
Johnnie Faye Barnescolleen Gibbs 



Patricia Byrne 
Idolina Cabra 
Herminia Carreno 
lanuela Carreno 
ynthia Castro 
Josefina Chavez 
Josie Cosper 
"laria Davis 



Ricky Ging 
Inez Gonzalez 
Terri Hall 
Gregorio Hernandez 
Martha Hurtado 
Mary Janecek 
Verna Jirles 
Martha Kelley 



3erardo DelosSantosAnn Kilpatrick 



Anita Drake 
Aaron Fisk 
Irene Gallegos 
larcos Garcia 
^osa Garcia 



Rosemary Lara 
Inocente Martinez 
Mary Martinez 
Juanita Medina 
Christopher Miller 



Mary Miranda 

Wally Montgomery 

Wanda Parker 

Amelia Rodriguez 

Lidia Romero 

Roy Salazar 

Michaelle SanMiguelBob Bohl 

Loretta Sedwick Tom Boulmay 

Geraldine Stanford Cadmus Brown 

Margaret Torres Linda Bryce 

Ruben Torres 

Stella Torres 

Maricruz Valdes 

Adela Villarreal 

Dominga Zarate 

Tori vla_ Zavala 



Mai ntenance 
Tim Fisher 
Joe LePage 
Jose Arreola 
Roger Bell 
Stan Bessent 



Jimmie Don Buchana 
Lee Campos 
Chico Castillo 
Kenneth Cervenka 
Phill Collier 



Housekeeping, Physical Plant, Information Tec 



Randy Damron 



John Dixon 
Bill Dobbs 
Stephen Drake 
Michael Gaudiello 
Curtis Gibbs 
Jim Green 
Florenzo Hurtado 
Troy Johnson 
Steve Kamrath 
Helyne Knauth 
n Steve Lange 
Phillip Lindinger 
Mike Lyda 
Johnny Macias 
Emmett Mireles 
Benjamin Nava 

hnology Servi 



Tony Orcutt 
Panco Perez, Jr. 
Moses Rami rez 
Ruben Ramos 
Donald Repa 
Barry Richey 
Frank SanMiguel 
Michael Sedwick 
Roger Senclair 
Terry Stanford 
Cliff Sumner 
Antonio Tamez 
John Torrez 
Manuel Torrez 

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SHAKESPEARES!! 

Brown Symposium XXTH February 8 & 9, 2001 
Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas 



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Stephen Greenblatt 
Patsy Roclenburg 
Ron Bashford 



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Director of the Symposium, English professor, 
Dr. Walt Herbert. 



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producti on . 





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Detmer, and Charles Mclver perform 
in the Hamlet Trio, photos by Meg 
Sloan 



Brown Symposium XXIII, 
Shakespeares ! , brought many dif- 
ferent view points on the works 
of William Shakespeare to South- 
western campus. This year's 
speakers focused on everything 
from race and gender issues to 
religious aspects in 
Shakespearean works. One of the 
main features this year was a 
three-person rendition of Ham- 
let performed by Matthew Lane 
Detmer, Charles Mclver, and 
Carine Montbertrand. The Brown 
Symposium was coordinated by Dr. 
Walt Herbert. 



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Marwa Abdalla 
Christopher Adkins 
Jennifer Akre 
David Allen 
Melissa Allen 
Clayton Altom 

Meghan Anderson 

Silvia Aran go 

Luisa Arellano 

Andrew Arnold 

Emily Austin 

Benjamin Ayers 



Aaron Baer 



Jeremy Bailey 



Jerrod Bain 

Erin Bales 

Lauren Bane 

Courtney Barger 

Sarah Barnett 

Bradford Barron 



Kristin Baugh 

Victoria Bautista 

Natalie Beck 

:atherine Bencivenga 

Jesse Bernal 

Natalie Berry 



Travis Bias 

Scott Bickell 

Nicole Blanchett 

Genevieve Bohmfalk 

Kathryn Bourell 

Amy Bradley 








Freshman Ted 
M e r e d i t h 
diligently 
works on the SU 
trivia while at 
the Dallas 
Send-Off with 
his parents 
Donnie and Mary 
Freeman. The 
send off is a 
tradition that 
lets freshmen 
get acquainted 
with current 
students and 
alumni in thei r 
area . 





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Allison Bradshaw 
Jessica Brady 
Timothy Brooks 
Aubrey Buckert 
Nicole Buehler 
Manuel Buitrago 



Dubelza Buitron 
Megan Bush 
Bradley Byrd 
William Caldwell 
Vi rgi ni a Callaway 
Amber Callaway 



Katherine Campbell 



Marisa Campirano 
Kathryn Caperton 
Jared Cardiff 
Scott Carlson 
Madeline Carrasco 
Andrea Carter 



Russell Carter 
Adrian Celedon 
Vanessa Chapa 
Elizabeth Cheaney 
Sheralyn Chilson 
Aaron Chumchal 



Jonathan Clark 
Corinna Cole 
Robert Coleman 
Hazel Colina 
Lisa Cook 
William Crane 



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Rob Crane 

Andrew Crawford 

Lindsay Cree 

Catherine Cremer 

onathan Cumberworth 

Tara Cummings 



Matthew Dannelley 

Leticia Davila 

Matthew Davis 

Amaya De La Garza 

Jon Dennison 

Patrick Dosser 



Christopher Dutton 
Stephanie Eaker 









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Ashley Eaton 
Kathryn Eby 



Sara Emslie 

Mary Erwin 

Ryan Fairchild 



Kara Falknor 

Amani Far id 

K i a Felix 

Jenny Ferguson 

Ryan Fleming 

Diangela Flores 



Merritt Foy 

Jorge Franceschi 

Allen Frater-Cote 

Joshua Frieling 

Joseph Fry 

Jeffrey Gabbert 



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Freshmen 
Katie 
Schneider and 
Nikki Polnick 
di splay thei r 
East side 
pride with 
newly made 
tie dyed t - 
shirts. 
E a s t s i d e ! 
Photos by 
Gaby Frey. 




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Christina Garcia 
Marcie Garcia 
Daniel Gibson 
Travis Glover 
Jason Grasty 
Abigail Graves 



Jason Gray 
Blake Gregorczyk 
James Grizzard 



Santiago Guerra 
Johnathan Gurley 
Michael Gutierrez 



Michael Hackett 
Katherine Hahn 
Johnce Hall 



Juliana Hall 



Aaron Hamblin 
Ian Hamilton 
James Hardin 
Jennifer Harper 
Justin Harris 
Sara Harris 



Class of 2004 189 



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Cameron Harve 

Linden Hauenstei 

Tyler Hayslet 

Zachary Henderso 

Ian Henke 

Emily Herbs 



Mary Hightowe 

Matthew Hine 

Terry Hjerp 

Cory Hop 

Rachel Horto 

Peter Hubne 



Kimberly Hull 

Jennifer Hurley 

Christina Hurtado 



Kathryn Iri barren 

Matthew Irvine 

Pilar Izagui rre 



Andrew Jacob 

Jeff Jansen 

Kri stof f er 

Janssen-Dewi ndt 



Yvonne Jaubert 

Annamary Johnson 

Jason Jundt 



Christopher Justl 

Kris ten Kalmus 

Johnathan Kana 

Timothy Kennedy 

Jamie King 

Lacy Klosterman 



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Bradley Knapp 




Shelby Knight 


Katie Knight 


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Katherine Kroll 


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Erica Krueger 


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Tara Kurtz 


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Sarah Kuttesch 


Jacqueline Lane 


Lindsay Lane 


Jeffery Lankford 


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Kelli Larsen 


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Kimberly Larson 


Neil Larson 


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Emily Latour 


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Jason Laza 


Jennifer Lea 


Kathryn Leal-Powers 


Elisabeth Lee 


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Susannah Lewallen 


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Jennie Lewin 
Erica Lewis 



Joshua Lindloff 
Miguel Lopez 



Bohdanka Lowder ^p| 

Sarah Lowry ^J 

Katie Ludtke ^^ 

Paul Maletic (/} 

Jana Marshall ^g» 

Dudley Martin ^« 

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Heather Martin 

Jessica Martin 

Martina Maurer 

Joanna McAndrew 

Ashlee McCarthy 

Tara McDaniel 



Margaret McGui re 

Jennifer McKenzie 

Eric McLin 



Yesenia McNett 

Rebecca McRae 

Charlsi e Medelli n 

Justin Middendorf 



Amanda Milby 

Aimee Millangue 

Erin Miller 

Melissa Miller 



Elizabeth Mills 
Vincent Milosevich 



Matthew Minor 
Jason Mitchell 



Ashley Moore 

Elizabeth Moore 

Harry Moore 

Brett Moore 

Christopher Morgan 

Tolly Moseley 



'192 Class of 2004 




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Hillary Mueller 
Marcus Murdock 
Lesli e Nairn 
Lauren Nathanson 
Terri Nelson 
Aaron Norment 



Trevor O'Brien 
Timothy O'Connell 
Adrienne Odom 
Evelyne Orlander 
Scott Parris 
Luis Parti da 



Dallas Patterson 
Randall Peery 
Doroteo Perez 



Orlando Perez 
Erin Peterson 
Kathryn Peterson 



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Christopher Plouhar 
Nikki Polnick 
- —JS ! James Pope 



Jacquelyn Poplawsky 
Mason Powers 
Genevieve Pruneau 
Sara Pugliese 
Stephen Radusch 
Viviana Ramirez 



Christopher Ramser 
Celia Rangel 
Kari Ready 
Julia Re iter 
Elisabeth Reyna 
Chad Rhoten 






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Laura Riaboy 

Winston Ricks 

Jonathan Riley 

Malia Ritchison 

Jesica Rivero 

Stephen Robeau 



Scott Rocher 

Lauren Rodriguez 

Brenda Romero 

Nancy Romig 

Robert Romig 

Debra Ross 



Austen Ross 
Lauren Row 




Kathleen Schneider 

Emily Schrum 

Erika Sehne 



Kelly Sharp 

Karl Shaw 

Mandy Shelton 



Freshman 
Martina Maurer, 
from Austria, 
shares her 
study abroad 
story with 
Southwestern!' tes. 
photo by B . 
Fyffe 



Sheralyn Sherman i 
Wi 11 i am Shi elds 
David Shi Ikun i 
John SholarsK, 
Gregory Shot we 11 
Sarah Simmons 



Laura Sitters 

Brian Slankard 

Bertram Smith 

Colleen Smith 

James Smith 

Joshua Snodgrass 




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"he Thai Ensemble, made up of Southwestern 
'.tudents performed in Mood-Bridwell during the 
;tudy Abroad presentation, photo by B. Fyffe 



Olga Sosa 
Cesar Sotelo 
Lesley Sparrow 
Rebecca Stelter 
Charles Stern 
Robert Sternenberg 



Audra Stevenson 
Emily Stewart 
Ashley Still 
Arian Story 
Christopher Stout 
Tom Talbert 



Brice Tanner 
Devon Tarasevic 
Melissa Taylor 



David Terrell 
Caley Thomas 
Aaron Thomsen 



Luz Torres 
Lizette Torres 
Berenice Tostado 




Laurel Tucker 
Vanessa Vasquez 
Marcela Velazquez 
Ryan Walker 
Trici a Wallace 
Blai r Walsleben 



Nathaniel Walter 
Keri Ward 
Catherine Warlick 
Patrick Watki ns 
Dilay Watson 
Loren Watt 






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Marcail Webb 

Jessica Wells 

Justin Westmoreland 

Jennifer White 

Angela Wiens 

Chad Wiley 















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Kenton Williams 

Keverly Williams 

Wallace Williamson 

Spencer Williamson 

Daniel Wilson 

Adam Winkler 



Bennett Woodruff 
Jared Woytasczyk 
Roberto Yamanaka 
Adena Young 
Alejandra Zamorano 
Christian Zuniga 



Senior 
Matthew 
Brown 
relaxes 
in front 
of the 
library 
as he 
reads 
f o r 
Span i sh 
class, 
photo by 
Taylor 
Jones . 

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Aeron Aanstoos S5 

Pamela Adai r •«§* 

Ana Alcaraz ^S 

Joseph Alexander ^g 

Audrey Allen J2* 

Krystyn Alter ^S 



Veronica Arellano ^i 

Jessica Asmussen t^\ 

Molly Baen )£P 

Michelle Belt JgJ 

Saul Benitez ^5 

Amanda Bennett ^^ 



Shivawn Bilberry 
Robyn Bi r rane 



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Sophomore 
Sarah Meyer 
rests her head 
after a hard 
night of 

studying. 
Students often 
found solace 
in napping as 
often as 

possible, 
photo by Allen 
Cote. 
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Anthony Bonds 

Stephanie Bonnette 

David Bowers 

Amy Boyle 

Ashlie Brown 

Jonathan Broyles 



Christopher Burke 

Christ in Burns 

April Calderon 

Claire Campbell 

Alkia Carter 

Amy Casbeer 



Jason Chapman 

Catherine Chappell 

Kim Chau 

Walker Clark 

Tiffany Clements 

Charles Cogan 



Emily Collins 






Alma Cooper 



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Elizabeth Davis 

Laura Davis 

Jeff De Jong 

Stephen Denson 

Zabrina Diaz 

Nicole Diaz 



Meredith Dunckel 
Michael Dunleavy 

Kimberly Duran 

Victoria Edwards 

Ryan Elliott 

Lorrenda Ellis 



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Marcus 

Murdock 

and 

Senior 

Will 

O'Neill 

take a 

break on 

the beach 

while on 

a 

s w i m m i n g 

trip. 

photos by 

Sarah 

Meyer 



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Amy Emerson 
Jenni f er Ervi n 
Sarah Faehnle 
Ryan Fiedler 
Vanessa Fonseca 
Gabrielle Frey 



Angela Fritz 
Brandy Fyffe 
Nandan Gad 
Yesenia Garcia 
Ellen Gass 
Melissa Gayton 



Jared Godar 
Veronica Godines 
Elizabeth Goetz 
Elizabeth Gorin 
Laura Gorman 
Whitney Griffin 



Jennifer Grimsley 






Cecilia Guevara 
Kenneth Guidry 
Hilda Gutierrez 
Jason Guynes 
Matthew Hall 
Edward Haltom 



Elizabeth Harper 
Leslie Harrington 
Hillary Harris 
Julie Heaslet 
Jennifer Henderson 
Jennifer Hernandez 



Class of 2003 199 



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Carolina Herrera 

Jennifer Hervey 

Erin Hicks 

Jill Hogue 

Levi Holmes 

Robert Hoyt 



Judy Hu 
John Jenkins 
•tephanie Jenkinson 
Aaron Johnson 
Bradley Johnson 
Susan Johnston 



Christopher Jones 



Bridget Jones 



Tessa Jones 



Michael Kacher 



Celestine Kan 

Tracy Kasparek 

Tiffany Kebodeaux 

Cheryl Keelin 

Amanda Kelly 

Josh Keltner 




200 Class of 2003 




Thought Toodjor Thoughts 




Senior 
Stephen Cage 
chows down on 
a late night 
snack at 

Whataburger . 
Twenty -four 
hour service 
made 
Wha tabu rger 
a hot spot 
for many 

students who 
were up at 
all hours 
finishing 
last minute 
work . 



William Key 
Larissa Khatain 
Baker King 
Jonathan Knipscher 
Jayme Kosarek 
Wade Kothmann 



Justin Landry 
Erin Leverenz 
Cheryl Lewis 
Salvador Lopez 
Alissa Lucas 
James Lundquist 



Todd Lusk 
Donald Lydon 
Kelly Maddock 
Jessica Manteuffel 
Holly Martin 
Zac Martin 



John Martinez 




Mi ri am Matthews 




Mary Mayes 
Brenda Mayorga 
Brady McBride 
Jonathan McClure 
Julie McCright 
Elinor McCutchen 



Samuel McFarlane 
Gena McKinley 
Michael Mendelow 
Catherine Meshew 
Sarah Meyer 
Carrie Mi Her 



Class of 2003 201 



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^^ Erin Miller 

Martin Moeller 

Travis Moore 

Daniel Morris 

Marc Mottinger 

Joseph Munch 



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Ryan Murphy 
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Joseph Nasser 
Blayne Naylor 



Patrick O'Brien 
Jason Oaks 






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Amy Oliver 
Amanda Ortiz 



Sara Osterkamp 

Janel Owens 

Jessica Palmer 

Christopher Perri 

Sara Plunk 

Mary Portwood 




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Freshmen Peter Hubner, Steve Bedi ngf ield , and Matthew Minor give a 
spectacular and entertaining show at the Milkbar. This was the trio's 
first appearance at the Milkbar. photo by Sarah Meyer. 



Kevin Prather 
Bobby Prince 
Susannah Prucka 
Tina Randers 
Thomas Rasmussen 
Jeremy Reeves 



Misty Reichenau 
Jodi Reisig 
Margaret Remkus 
Caroline Renier 
Stephanie Ritter 
Rhonda Roberts 



Tara Rodriguez 



Javier Rodriguez 



Ryan Roe 




Aaron Rohre ■ 
Michelle Rossi ( 
Christopher Roysden a 
Daria Russell ( 
Michael Rutledge ( 
Sara Sabzevari 



Dana Sanders 
Tyler Schade 
Deidra Schelin 
Taylor Schoberle 
Gretchen Schoenfeldjg 
Kendra Scott ^ 



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Erica S i 1 v a 

herine Silverthorne 

Meredith Simmons 

James Sloan 

Stephen Smajstrla 

Bethany Smith 



Erica Spencer 

Mary Spiegler 

Kelly Sprawls 

Sara Springfield 

iharath Srinivasan 

Eric Stei n 



Carla Sterner 

Matthew Stevens 

John Stevenson 

Mark Stoner 



Celeste Tavera 

Valerie Taylor 

Heidi Tesch 

Michelle Thibodeau 



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Bethany Thomas 

Kristen Thomas 

Leslie Thomas 

njamin Thompson 



Zachary Toups 

James Trombley 

Kelly Turner 

Cara Urban 



>cott Vandigriff 

Lee Vaughn 

Karlie Verkest 

Kristen Vetters 

Rebecca Wald 

Kelli Wald r op 



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James Webb 
Joel Webb 
Brent Webster 
Tiffany Welsh 
Bree Welter 
Melissa Whited 



Kr i sta Wi Ike 
Emi ly Willi ams 
Jennifer Wilmes 
Sarah Winn 



Travis Witherspoon 
Lewis Woods 
Heather Yoder 
Eric Young 



Emily Zalkovsky 
John Zinda 
Bakary Zoumanigui 

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Sophomore 
Veronica 
G o d i n e s , 
F reshman Casey 
Ricks, Sophomore 
Nicole Diaz, and 
Sophomore Travi s 
Wi therspoon make 
thei r way to a 
formal . photo 
provided by 
Nicole Diaz. 



Class of 2003 205 



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Barbara Ahrendt 

Stephanie Arsenault 

Blake Atwood 

Erin Bankhead 

Molly Bayne 

Douglas Beal 

Paul Belk 

A'ndrea Berry 

Blake Berryhill 

Timothy Beto 

Andrew Boatright 

Benjamin Boorman 



Jori Boutell 



Elizabeth Boyd 
Lori Bratton 



Rebecca Brem 
Lulu Britain 
Emily Buckingham 
Tracy Byerly 
Arthur Carter 
Angela Cobos 



Christopher Cohen 

Eric Cox 

Luis Cuellar 

Brian Dabney 

Matthew Dean 

Jason DeLaRosa 



Nicholas Diaz 

Amanda DiBenedetto 

Allison Dickson 

Elizabeth Dodd 

Laura Doze 

David Eastes 




206 Class of 2002 



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Robert Elliot 
Claire Fai rlei gh 
Heather Fest 
Megan Fisk 
Derek Fi terman 
Andrew Froelich 



Timothy Gandre 
Jennifer George 
Thomas Gleeson 
Erik Gomez 
Sara Gray 
Soizic Grimault 



Misty Haberer 
David Harrison 
Gabriel Hatcher 



Philip Hatfield 
Wendy Hayter 
Karla Hidalgo 



Leslie Higgs 
Gregory Johnson 
Kirsten Johnson 



Sarah Johnson 
Heather Johnso 
Jason Jones 
Casey Jordan 
Christopher Ke 
Benjamin Kling 



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Keith Krieger 
Leigh Lambert 
Brian Lee 
Lee Livingston 
Allyson Mabry 



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Shanna Maldonado 

John Marrs 

Forrest Martin 

Mark Martinez 

Benjamin Mathey 

Jeffrey Matovich 



Lloyd McGuire 



Persis Mehta 



Samuel Melin 
Brandi Millsap 



Brooke Moran 
Heather Moss 



Joy Myers 

Erin Nau 

Judith Niskala 

Ginger O'Neal 

James Olney 

Sarah Packard 



Jacob Parkins 

Taylor Paul 

Elizabeth Peery 

Jennifer Peters 

Sunni Petty 

Rebecca Pierce 



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Preston Porter 
Christopher Power 
Marianne Prescott 
Ci nthi a Prouty 
Stephanie Quimby 
Paige Record 



Leslie Reinecker 
Lisa Riedel 
Ebony Rose 
Chelsie Rowell 
Jessica Salter 
Jason Schaefer 



Ashley Schmi edekam 
Karin Schober 
Addie Schueling 
Blythe Scott 
Amanda Seale 
Eric Segers 



Joshua Shepherd 
Rhianna Simes 



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Julia S 1 i v a 



Ryan Smith 
Nicole Smith 
Jonathan Snow 
Vanessa Solesbee 
Danny South 
John Stewart 



Joshua Stewart 
Adrianne Stropes 
Ryan Suarez 
Pui Tai 

Rebekah Thedford 
Allison Trumble 



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James Underhill 

Janelle Valera 

Eric Vaughan 

Peter Walbridge 

Desi ree Whi tley 

Amanda Whitt 



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Jill Winfree 



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LeighAnn Wolfe 



James Wright 

Kristen Wright 

Andrew York 

Allison Young 

Christina Young 

Anne Zwicky 




210 Class of 2002 



Graduates graduates (graduates (graduates 




Tanveer Ahmed 
Heather Alexander 
Travis Allen 
Andrew Allison 
Erica Andersen 
Jeanine Ashdown 



Christie Au 
Jennifer Ausen 
Rose Bamberger 
Michelle Barnes 
Kevin Barnes 
Justin Barnett 



Hannah Bates 
Matthew Beck 
Sarah Berg-Devney 
Laura Bissett 
Tara Black 
Melissa Boeckman 



Amie Bond 
Robert Borden 
Joshua Borsellino 
Megan Bourg 
Valerie Bourne 
Brian Brown 



Matthew Brown 
Mariko Buser 
Diana Busier 
Stephen Cage 
Franceanna Campag 
Joan Carroll 



Jenny Cavazos 
Lauren Clark 
Katherine Clouser 
Kelly Cocanougher 
Katherine Coffee 
Mariana Cook 



Ryan Cooper 
Lindsay Cowart 
Johnnie Cromedy 
Jennifer Cuevas 
Erin Cuny 
Martina Dai 



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Janna Dalton 

Paul Danneman 

Gail Davis 

Melanie Davis 

A.J. Derryberry 

Ashleigh Desoto 



Audrey Dickey 

Amanda Downing 

Jessica Drake 

Diana Dugas 

Donald Edwards 

Brian E r v i n 



Autumn Erwin 
Kate Fimbel 



Reid Fisher 
Christopher Ford 



Jeffrey Fowler 
Randi Fowler 



Tyler Francisco 

Megan Franke 

Kathryn Froelich 

Kylie Frye 

Annakathryn Geer 

Bryan Gibbs 



Kimberly Greenway 

Casey Griffin 

Bretnie Grose 

Laura Guinn 

Jennifer Hamrick 

Eric Hanke 




212 Class of 2001 



Breakfast Midnight (Breakfast (Midnight (Breakfast 




(Senior Rosie Bamberger hands over one of the long awaited Literary 
Magazines to Sophomore Celeste Tavera. Each year at Midnight Breakfast 
(the Lit Mag is distributed, photo by Allen Cote. 



Russel Hanselman 
Aaron Hawkins 
Erin Hecker 
Kevin Hi am 
Megan Honey 
John Hong 



Molly Houck 
Holly Hubler 
Shawna Hudson 
Rebecca Jamerson 
Myra Jones 
Gordon Kelly 



Lawrence Kern 



Ingrid Kliewer 



Amanda Kobussen 




Benjamin Lange 
Kelli Larsen 
Robert Lassen 
Niki Leontaritis 
Charles Lindsey 
Ernesto Lopez 



Joseph Lord 
Daniel Lowery 
Andrew Magnuson 
Sylvia Mayer 
Matt McCaw 
Kimberly McQuary 



Class of 2001 213 



(Final Scream Tinai Scream Tinai Scream Tinas 



Tri ci a Mei n 

Jennifer Mizell 

John Molloy 

James Morris 

Matthew Murdock 

Nichole Naukam 



William O'Neill 

David Panto 

Ryan Parks 

Patrick Paver 

Sarah Peterson 

Autumn Petty 



Dalavone Phothisen 



Jackie Piatt 



Laura Post 



Kristen Rees 

Reyhan Ricklefs 

Ashley Rittmayer 

Angela Roles 

John Saari 

Erin Sabrsula 



Emily Schanne 

Joseph Schlatter 

Megan Schubert 

Tabitha Scott 

Rebekah Sellers 

Stacy Silvers 



214 Class of 2001 




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Junior John Stewart wrestles an unsuspecting pillow 
fighter to the ground in a ferocious attempt to relieve 
his stress from the semester, photo by Gaby Frey. 



Margaret Sloan 
Amanda St. Clair 
Trevor Starnes 
Laura Starzynski 
Alan Suderman 
Mellissa Sweeney 



Adam Szafran 
Ben Tautges 
Ericka Tornquist 
Janet Townsend 
Stephanie Turner 
Denise Valdez 



Charlton Vance 
Ana Vazquez 



Kyle Waggoner 
Leslie Walker 



Rachel Wall is 
Kristy Ward 




Andrew Warner 
Rebecka Wilds 
Sara Williams 
Cory Williams 
Melissa Williams 
Jed Wilshire 



Leigh-Ann Winborn 
Eric Wivagg 
Timothy Woodruff 



Class of 2001 215 



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Good Luck Seniors! 



Here the gym in the Robertson Sophomore Celeste Tavera and 

Center is packed at Graduation as Graduating Senior Ryan Parks smile 

the Seniors file in to take their big after graduation. Graduation 

places and prepare for the is a time of great happiness but 



ceremony 



also of sadness at leaving behind 
friends at Southwestern. 



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Dana Sanders await the and Matt Beck exit the 
Graduation Ceremony with gym with diploma in hand 
Senior Will O'Neill. and b1g gr ins. 



216 Graduation 



Sveciai ^Tkank 



My heartfelt thanks goes out to 
all of those who contributed to this 
yearbook in a variety of ways. Not 
only could I not have done it without 
you, but I wouldn't even have known 
where to begin! First and foremost, I 
thank my close friend, roommate, and 
assistant editor Victoria Edwards for 
being so willing to help and learn, 
doing whatever she could even when 
the cursed computers wouldn't work, 
and for being the best moral support 

j there is. Secondly, I would like to 
thank our Taylor Publishing Company 
Representative Jim Anderson. With- 
out his expertise and knowledge many 
of the images that appear in this 

j book would not be here. Also, I 
would like to thank our Advisor Dr. 
Mike Leese for his efforts to console 
and support in this endless task. 
And, moreover, I have to thank his 
secretary Linda McFall. She went 
through continuous hassle in dealing 
with student pictures, and trying to 

i help make things run smoothly. That 
woman is amazing. And a big thanks 
to Beth Carroll for her advice as a 
previous editor in a thankless job. 
Next, I would like to thank the 
remainder of my meager staff. All o of 
their contributions helped a great 
deal. To Chris Ramser for his stead- 
fast devotion and completion of pages. 
To Sarah Meyer for her marvelous pho- 
tography and maintenance of the dark- 
room. To Gaby Frey whose photo al- 



bums saved us so much time and en- 
ergy. 

Furthermore, I would like to ac- 
knowledge the contributions of my nu- 
merous freelance photographers, for 
what is a yearbook if not for the 
pictures. I appreciate the help of 
Amanda Ackermann, Rudolpho Gutierrez, 
Hillary Hunter, Matt Irvine, Jason 
Jones, Taylor Jones, Andrew Loehman, 
and Meg Sloan. And I greatly appreci- 
ate the help of Carrie Johnson in 
University Relations in acquiring much 
needed photos. Also thanks to all 
others who contributed pictures. 

Additionally, I would especially 
like to recognize Misty McLaughlin 
and Mary Jane Valleti for thei r story 
contributions. 

And last, but by no means least, 
I would like to recognize my personal 
hero and friend, photographer Allen 
Cote. Without Allen, the bulk of the 
photography and printing would have 
been left for me to mess up. Not only 
did he come to help me for a week in 
the summer, but he didn't even get 
paid to do it! He went above and 
beyond the call of duty so many times 
and saved me when I really needed it. 
So much of this book was made pos- 
sible because of him. My thanks are 
innumerable. 

Again, thanks to everyone who 
contributed in any way to this book. 
Your help was invaluable. 
(Brandy X. Tyjfe 

(Editor-in-Ciiiej 

Special Thanks 217 



217 



Index 



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Aanstoos, Aeron 

88, 118, 197 
Abdalla, Marwa 2, 

50, 76, 125, 

135, 146, 186 
Ackermann, Amanda 

74, 75, 90, 129 
Adair, Pamela 

104, 105, 197 
Adame, Roque 50 
Adamson, Karen 

12, 107, 132 
Adkins, Chris 60, 
Adrian, Sherry 97 
Aguirre, Adam 132 
Aguirre, Erika 134 
Ahmed, Tanveer 211 
Ahrendt, Barbara 

96, 97, 104, 

141, 206 
Akre, Jennifer 145, 186 
Alcaraz, Ana 75, 118, 

197 
Alexander, Heather 211 
Alexander , Joe 2,3, 

197 
Allen, Audrey 10, 197 
Allen, David 186 
Allen, Meg 25 
Allen, Melissa 98, 186 
Allen, Seth 109 
Allen, Travis 211 
Allison, Andrew 91 



186 
162 



211 



Alter, Krystyn 197 
Altom, Clayton 186 
Andersen, Erica 211 
Anderson, Alexandra 179 
Anderson, Jim 217 
Anderson, JoAnn 106 
Anderson, Lisa 181 
Anderson, Meghan 

50, 74, 106, 141, 160, 

186 
Anderson, Richard 177 
Andrews, Jim 52 
Anglin, Cory 178 
Arango, Silvia 186 
Arango, Viviana 53 
Arellano, Luisa 

68, 141, 186 
Arellano, Veronica 146, 

197 
Armistead, Aaron 178 
Arnold, Andrew 54, 186 
Arreola, Jose 183 
Arrington, Kathi 176 
Arsenault, Stephanie 

15, 206 
Ashdown, Jeanine 

37, 98, 211 
Asmussen, Jessica 197 
Atwood, Blake 81, 206 

218 Index 



Au , Christie 

75, 90, 130, 211 
Ausen, Jenny 37, 

74, 90, 101, 211 
Austin, Emily 46, 186 
Ayers, Ben 54,186 
Ayers, Chris 38 



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Baker 
Bales 
79 
Ball, 



Barnett 
Barnett 
111, 
Barron , 



60, 211 



186 



24 



186 



Babcock, Sherri 180 
Baen, Molly 197 
Baer, Aaron 

44, 113, 186 
Bailey, Jeremy 186 
Bain, Jerrod 37, 186 
Ronnie 16, 17 
Erin 
, 80, 119, 145, 186 
Lynn 177 
Bamberger, Rosie 

81, 101, 146, 211 
Bane, Lauren 50, 186 
Bankhead, Erin 142, 206 
Banzhaf, Peter 52 
Barger, Courtney 

36, 186 
Barnes, Johnnie Faye 

183 
Barnes, Kevin 211 
Barnes, Michelle 211 
Justi n 
Sarah 
124, 144 
Bradford 

48, 186 
Batenhorst, Josh 
Bates, Hannah 211 
Baugh, Kristin 46 
Bautista, Victoria 

33, 186 
Bayne, Molly 206 
Beal, Douglas 206 
Beaty, Chad 22 
Beaty, Zack 52 
Bechtel, Kerry 
Beck, Matt 

88, 122, 137 

211, 216 
Beck, Natalie 

74, 111, 125 

186 
Becker 
Becker 

46, 
Becker 
Bedard. 
Beebe, Matt 
Belk, Paul 

110, 119, 206 
Bell, Chip 60 
Bell, Roger 183 
Belt, Michelle 197 
Bencivenga, Cathy 16, 

79, 80, 106, 186 
Benitez, Saul 

37, 66, 112, 
Bennett, Amanda 

80, 119, 197 
Berg-Devney, Sarah 

79, 84, 101, 211 



112 
174 

140, 



141, 

Becky 180 
Jenni f er 
53, 84, 107 
Will 112 
Charles 109 
91, 143 



197 
79, 



Berger, Nick 70, 71 
Berkelbock, Dave 109. 

132 
Bernal, Jesse 186 
Berry, A'ndrea 

46, 47, 67, 206 
Berry, Natalie 

70, 71, 119, 186 
Berryhill, Blake 

74, 206 
Bessent, Stan 183 
Beto, Timothy 206 
Bhaleeya, Swetangi 

74, 75, 146 
Bias, Travis 58, 186 
Bickell, Scott 60, 186 
Biells, Barbara 183 
Bigley, John 181 
Bilberry, Shivawn 197 
Birrane, Robyn 105, 197 
Bissett, Laura 42, 43, 

81, 132, 211 
Black, Tara 69. 74, 211 
Blackburn, Thomas 172 
Blair, Margaret 107 
Blanchett, Nicole 186 
Bledsoe, Ash 

88, 109, 197 
Bloch, Lindsey 107 
Boatright, Andrew 206 
Boatright, Drew 64 
Boeckman, Melissa 211 
Bohl, Bob 183 
Bohmfalk, Genny 128, 

141, 186 
Bond, Amie 211 
Bonds, Tony 76, 109, 

198 
Bonner, Paige 176 
Bonnette, Beth 34, 81, 

140, 160 
Bonnette, Stephanie 

79, 80, 98, 2, 198 
Boorman, Ben 44, 206 
Borden, Robert 211 
Borsellino, Joshua 211 
Boswell, Anne 26, 37, 

127 
Bouldin, Angela 86, 111 
Boulmay 
Bourell 

79, 
Bourg, I 



Angela 86 

Tom 183 

Kathryn 
186 

1egan 107, 211 
211 



Bourne, Valerie 
Boutell , Jor i 

108, 116, 206 
Bowen, Chris 216 
Bowers, David 

24, 113, 198 
Bowman, Bill 52 
Bowman, Christine 178 
Boyd, Elizabeth 206 
Boyd, John 99 
Boyle, Amy 79, 98, 107 

198 
Bracci ni , Stephani e 

104, 105 
Bradley, Amy 46, 186 
Bradshaw, Allison 

42, 187 
Brady, Jessica 46, 187 
Bratton, Lori 

106, 137, 206 



Brem, R 
Bri nkme 

180 
Britain 
Brody , 
Brooks , 
Brown , 
Brown , 
Brown , 
Brown , 
Brown , 
Brown , 
Browne , 
Broyles 
Bruns , 
Bruns , 
Bryce , 
Buchana 

183 
Buckert 
Bucki ng 

97, 
Buehler 

121 
Bui trag 

124 
Bui tron 
Buratti 
Burke , 
Burkhar 
Burns , 

50, 
Bur rer , 
Bur rus , 
Buser , 

24, 
Bush, M 
Busier , 
Butler, 
Byerly , 
Byrd, B 
Byrne , 



ebecca 206 
yer, April 



12, 



Lulu 12, 206 
Lynne 181 

Timothy 187 
Ashlie 198 
Brian 211 
Cadmus 183 
Deborah 182 
Mandy 34, 79 
Matthew 27, 211 

Mary 16, 62 
, Jonathan 198 
Jummy 113 
Kerry 159, 175 
Linda 183 
n, Jimmie Don 



, Aubrey 187 
ham, Emily 
103, 106, 206 
, Nicole 
, 187 

o, Manuel 
, 144, 187 
, Dubelza 187 
, Andy 60 
Chri stopher 



dt, Brian 39, 

Chri sti n 

51, 96, 108, 109, 
Scott 60 
Clint 102, 1 

Mariko 
25, 82, 127, 2 

egan 50, 187 
Diana 211 
Colin 109 
Tracy 206 

radley 187 

Patricia 183 



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94 

198 

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Cabra, Idolina 183 
Cage, Stephen 211 
Calderon, April 

3, 134, 198 
Caldwell, David 52 
Caldwell, William 187 
Caldwell . , David 113 
Callaway, Amber 42, 187 
Callaway, Ginny 46, 86 
Callaway, Virginia 187 
Calvin, Jeanne 179 
Cambell, Matthew 112 
Campagna, Franceanna 

24, 25, 127, 147, 

211 

Clai re 

107, 117, 120, 146, 



Campbell 
12, 36 
198 

Campbell 



Katherine 187 



Campirano, Marisa 

144, 187 
Campos, Lee 183 
Caperton, Kathryn 187 
Cardiff, Jared 58, 187 
Carl, Glenda 164 
Carlson, Jenny 34, 133 



Carlson, Scott 187 
Carlson, Shannon 42 
Carol, Joyce Oates 28 
Carrasco, Madeline 187 
, Mandy 65 
Herminia 183 
Manuela 183 
Beth 81, 211, 



Carrasco 
Car reno , 
Carreno, 
Carroll , 

217 
Carroll , 
Carter , 



Julie 
Alkia 



Carter, Andrea 
187 



Carter 
Carter , 
Carter , 
Carter , 
Carter , 
Casbeer , 
Casper , 
Casson , 
Castillo 



164 
198 
84, 146, 

206 



Arthur 
Dave 62 
Jimmy 154 
Russell 60, 187 
Kia 12, 126 

Amy 133, 198 
Maria 66 
Bonnie 107 
Chi co 



Castro, Cynthia 
Castro, Daniel 



183 
183 
165 
144, 
187 
60 



211 



Cavazos , Jenny 
Celedon , Adri an 
Celedon , Michael 
Cervenka, Kenneth 183 
Chambers, Kenny 
181, 182 
! Chamier , Suzanne 164 , 
175 
Champion , Carol 178 
i Chapa , Vanessa 187 

Chapman, Jason 110, 198 
I Chappell , Catheri ne 
37, 48, 198 
Chau, Kim 74, 124, 141, 
198, 216 
j Chavez , Josef ina 183 
Cheaney, Elizabeth 187 
Chesi re , Kendra 84 
< Chidgey, Brooke 96, 108 

Childers, William 164 
1 Childress , Sarah 34 
! Chilson, Sheralyn 187 
1 Chri stie . , Andrew 183 
; Chri stof f erson , Sarah 

56 
| Chu , Frances 

36, 74, 75, 90 
Chumchal , Aaron 187 
j Chumchal , Matt 

75, 90, 3, 125 
| Clark, Jonathan 187 
I Clark , Lauren 211 
i Clark, Walker 98 

Cleere , Ei leen 163 
' Clements, Tiffany 198 
■ Clouser, Kat 25, 108, 
211 
Cobos , Angela 3 , 206 
Cocanougher , Kelly 
36, 58, 59, 107, 
137, 211 
I Cocek , Jason 16 
: Coffee, Katherine 211 
Cogan, Charlie 

58, 86, 113, 198 
Cohen, Christopher 206 
Cole, Corinna 187 
Coleman, Clay 
44, 45, 113 



Coleman, David 52 
Coleman, Robert 187 
Colina, Haeli 127, 146 
Colina, Hazel 187 
Collier, Phill 183 
Collings, Linda 181 
Collins, Emmy 

36, 42, 43, 112, 198 
Connell, Larry 181 
Cook, Lisa 

118, 144, 187 
Cook, Mariana 106, 211 
Cooper, Alma 133, 198 
Cooper, Cynthia 96, 108 
Cooper, Ryan 211 
Cora, Laura 17 
Cosper, Josie 183 
Cote, Allen 148, 217 
Cottrell, Debbie 181 
Cowart, Lindsay 69, 

84, 211 
Cowley, Julie 176 
Cox, Amy 81 
Cox, Eric 206 
Craddock, Elaine 172 
Craft, Mandie 107 
Crane, Rob 84, 188 
Crane, William 187 
Crawford, Andrew 

50, 188 
Cree, Lindsay 188 
Cremer, Catherine 

42, 188 
Cromedy, Johnnie 211 
Cuellar, Luis 48, 

49, 134, 143, 144, 206 
Cuevas, Jennifer 211 
Cumberworth, Jon 

54, 113, 188 
Cummings, Tara 68, 188 
Cunningham, James 60 
Cuny, Erin 211 
Curtis, Monty 178 



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Dabney, Brian 206 
Dai , Martina 211 
Dai , Tina 104, 105 
Dalton, Janna 144, 212 
Damron, Randy 183 
Dannelley, Matthew 188 
Danneman, Paul 130, 212 
Danner, Kara 39 
Davidson, Steve 165 
Davies, Cindy 178 
Davila, Leticia 

18, 36, 144, 188 
Davis, Elizabeth 198 
Davis, Gail 

81, 116, 212 
Davis, Laura 

36, 86, 111, 198 
Davis, Maria 183 
Davis, Matt 60, 188 
Davis, Melanie 105, 212 
Dawson, Jan 165 
DeLa Garza, Amaya 

48, 58, 59, 188 
De La Rosa, Jason 12, 

206 



DeJong, Jeff 88, 198, 

138 
Dean, Matthew 206 
Dearborn, Donald 158 
Delaney, John 161 
DelosSantos, Gerardo 

183 
Dennison, Jon 188 
Dennison, John Paul 58 
Denson, Stephen 198 
Der ryber ry , A.J. 

67, 109, 212 
Desoto, Ashleigh 212 
Diaz, Bini 108, 132 
Diaz, Nicholas 60, 206 
Diaz, Nicole 

104, 105, 144, 198 
Diaz, Zabrina 198 
DiBenedetto, Amanda 

46, 206 
Dickey, Audrey 

80, 99, 100, 212 
Dickson, Allison 

81, 87, 96, 107, 206 
Dinn, Elizabeth 107 
Dixon, Clay 44 
Dixon, Deann 108 
Dixon, John 183 
Dobbs, Bill 183 

Dodd, Elizabeth 206 
Doherty, Susan 178 
Dold, Lindsay 148 
Dosser, Patrick 188 
Douglas, Casey 15, 84 
Downing, Amanda 212 
Doze, Laura 96, 206 
Drake, Anita 183 
Drake, Jessica 

46, 74, 101, 212 
Drake, Stephen 183 
Dugas, Diana 106, 212 
Dunckel, Meredith 79, 

80, 88, 198 
Dunleavy, Michael 

54, 113, 198 
Dunning, Jennifer 3 
Duran, Kimberly 198 
Durio, Caroline 106 
Dutton, Chris 124, 188 



Eaker, Stephanie 

98, 144, 188 
Early, Dirk 82, 161 
Eastes, David 206 
Eastman, Deborah 158 
Eaton, Ashley 111, 188 
Eby, Katy 74, 188 
Edwards, Donny 

12, 124, 141, 212 
Edwards, Lee 36, 180 
Edwards, Victoria 

11, 35, 37 76, 118, 133, 150, 198, 217 
Eidson, Harold 183 
Einhaus, Dustin 113 
Elliot, Robert 207 
Elliott, Bo 44, 113 
Elliott, Ryan 

87, 110, 198 
Ellis, Lorrenda 

36, 48, 198 



Ellisor, Kyle 54, 55 
Emerson, Amy 104, 199 
Emsli e , Sara 

50, 70, 71, 188 
Ervi n , Brian 212 
Ervi n , Jenni f er 199 
Erwin, Autumn 

62, 70, 71, 140, 
212 
Erwin, Mary 48, 188 
Esquival, Mike 54 
Etzler, Joe 60 



T 



Fabr i t i us , Stephani e 

158 
Faehnle, Sarah 91, 199 
Fairchild, Ryan 188 
Fairleigh, Claire 207 
Falknor, Kara 188 
Farid, Amani 188 
Fears, Robert 22 
Felix, Kia 188 
Ferguson, Jenny 188 
Fernandez, Jesse 154 
Ferrari , Elma 179 
Fest, Heather 207 
Fiedler, Ryan 108, 199 
Fimbel, Kate 68, 212 
Fincher, Allen 44, 46 
Fisher, Reid 50, 212 
Fisher, Tim 183 
Fisk, Aaron 183 
Fisk, Megan 97, 207 
Fiterman, D.J. 54 
Fiterman, Derek 207 
Flatau, Jack 46, 82 
Fleming, Ryan 44, 188 
Flood, Stacy 52 
Flores, Celina 32, 36 
Flores, Deangela 145, 

188 
Fonken, Carol 181 
Fonseca, Vanessa 

118, 199 
Ford, Christopher 212 
Fournet, Jocylen 34 
Fowler, Jeffrey 49, 

149, 212 
Fowler, Niquinn 29 
Fowler, Randi 84, 212 
Foy, Merritt 188 
Franceschi , Ivan 110 
Franceschi , Jorge 188 
Francisco, Tyler 

39, 109, 212 
Frank, Jay 44 
Franke, Megan 97, 212 
Frater-Cote, Allen 188 
Frazi er , Deni se 35 , 36 , 

78, 81 
Frey, Gaby 

36, 69, 86, 88, 106, 121, 122, 

131, 150, 199, 217 
Frieling, Josh 60, 188 
Fritz, Angela 

104, 105, 199 
Froelich, Andrew 

12, 33, 35, 207 
Froelich, Kathryn 212 

Index 219 



Fry, Joey 44, 113, 188 
Frye, Kylie 

97, 107, 212 
Fyffe, Brandy 36, 

62, 76, 133, 150, 199, 

217 



Gabbert, Jeff 60, 188 
Gad, Nandan 12, 199 
Gaeta, James 177 
Gaines, David 163, 175 
Gaines, Norma 177 
Gallegos, Irene 183 
Galloway-Edgar, Mitchell 

16, 146 
Gandre, Tim 12, 207 
Gannon, Greg 44, 45 
Garcia, Christina 

48, 189 
Garcia, Fernando 

36, 110, 124 
Garcia, Marcie 189 
Garcia, Marcos 183 
Garcia, Rosa 183 
Garcia, Yeseni a 

12, 67, 84, 137, 144, 199 
Garci a . , Matt 36 
Gardner, Cheri 



12 
183 



180 



189 
207 



Eliza- 
Jack 

46, 47 

212 

189 



Garza, Thelma 
Gass, Ellen 

62, 70, 71, 199 
Gaudiello, Michael 183 
Gayton, Melissa 199 
Geer, Annakathryn 212 
George, Jennifer 207 
Gerlinger, Laura 183 
Getson, Jenny 12, 76, 

149 
Gibbs, Bryan 64, 212 
Gibbs, Colleen 183 
Gibbs, Curtis 183 
Gibson, Daniel 189 
Gifford, Kristin 108 
Gi 1 let t , Christina 

34, 106 
Ging, Ricky 183 
Gi ovanetti , Josh 112 
Giuliano, Traci 100 
Gleeson, Thomas 207 
Glover, Travis 189 
Godar, Jared 

48, 91, 199 
Godines, Veronica 

59, 74, 75, 104, 105, 199 
Godward, George 183 
Goetz, Beth 37, 133, 

140, 199 Hall, J 

Golden, Mary 66, 108 Hall, J 
Gomez, Erik 81, 207 Hall, M 
Gonzales, Mario 173 Hall, T 
Gonzalez, Inez 183 Haltom, 
Gordzelik, Heather 68 Haltom, 
Goren, Liz 107, 147, Hamblin 

132,199 Hamilto 

Gorman, Laura Hampton 

46, 104. 199 177 

Gottschalk, Peter 172 Hamrick 
Gould, Sandra 96, 107 106 
Graham, Ben 60, 61 Hanke, 

220 Index 



Grasty, Jason 52, 189 
Gratzer, Beau 12, 180 
Gravely, Paul 110 
Graves, Abigail 189 
Gray, Jason 44, 
Gray, Sara 142, 
Green, Gwen 181 
Green, Jim 183 
Green . , Gwen 29 
Green-Musselman , 

beth 165 
Green-Musselman , 

128 
Greenberg, Sarah 
Greenway, Kim 37 
Gregorczyk, Blake 
Gregory, Don 44 
Grey, Sarah 148 
Griffin, Casey 212 
Griffin, Whitney 199 
Grimault, Soizic 207 
Grimsley, Jennifer 

46, 62, 129, 199 
Grizzard, James 189 
Gross, Bretnie 67, 111, 

212 
Gu, Jingyu 164 
Guedry, Sarah 86 
Santi ago 
189 

Ceci lia 
130, 199 
Jordan 110 
Kenneth 199 
Traci 82, 171 



Guer ra , 
110, 
Guevara 
126, 
G u i d r y , 
Gui dry , 
G u i 1 i a n o 



Guillory, Crystal 

100, 124, 126 
Guinn, Laura 212 
Gunnin, Shawn 177 
Gunthrie, Donny 62 
Gurley, Johnathan 

77, 189 
Gutierrez, Hilda 199 
Gutierrez, Michael 189 
Gutierrez, Rudolpho 217 
Guynes, Jason 113, 199 
Guziec, Frank 159 



tf 



Haberer 
Habib, 
Hackett 
Hahn, K 
Haik, K 
Hakki ne 
26, 
Hale-Vi 



, Misty 207 

Karen 180 

, Michael 189 



atherine 2, 189 
im 178 
n , Katr i na 
127 

sser, Mary 
ohnce 60, 189 
uliana 189 
atthew 
e r r i 1 

Casey 

Edward 
, Aaron 
n , Ian 



157 



54, 199 

3 

79, 80 

199 

60, 189 
189 



-Perez, April 

, Jennifer 
, 212 
Eric 212 



Hanks, Thomas 91 
Hanselman, Russel 213 
Hardin, James 189 
Harper, Elizabeth 199 
Harper, Jennifer 

141, 189 
Harrington, Leslie 199 
Harris, Hillary 

107, 199 
Harris, Justin 135, 189 
Harris, Mary Jane 

42, 62 
Harris, Sara 79, 189 
Harris, Justi n 133 
Harrison, David 207 
Harrison, Marc 52 
Harton, Karen 15 
Harvey, Cameron 

110, 119, 190 
Harvey, Stewart 23 
Hatcher, Gabe 

12, 13, 32, 207 
Hatfield, Philip 

67, 110, 119, 207 
Hauenstein, Linden 120, 

190 
Hawkins, Aaron 213 
Hayden, Kelley 12 
Hayslett, Tyler 190 
Hayter, Wendy 3, 207 
Heaslet, Julie 

12, 107, 199 
Hebert, Michael 109 
Heck, Ashley 97 
Hecker , Erin 213 
Hehman, Sharon 179 
Heilig, Nicki 97 
Helms, Laura 181 
Henderson, Jennifer 199 
Marie 
80 

Zachary 
Todd 34 
Dana 181 
Ian 48, 190 
Tucker 109 
Walter 163 



190 



Henderson , 

69, 79 
Henderson , 
Hendri cks , 
Hendri x 
Henkel , 
Henson , 
Herbert 

185 
Herbst, Emily 190 
Hermosilla, Ana 

108, 180 
Hernandez, Gregorio 183 
Hernandez, Jennifer 199 
Herpe, Stacy 65 
Herr, Reagan 38, 130 
Herrera, Carolina 200 
Hersch, Nick 136 
Hervey, Jennifer 

35, 122, 137, 200 
Herzog, Cindy 178 
Hewett, Georgianne 178 
Hi am, Kevin 213 
Hi cks , Erin 

18, 104, 145, 200 
Hidalgo, Karla 144, 207 
Hidalgo, Patricia 81, 

95, 146, 147 
Higgs, Leslie 

81, 96, 107, 146, 

207 
Hightower, Mary 190 
Hilgeman, Fred 83, 159 
Hilliard, Dan 173, 175 



Hinds, 
H i n e s , 
H i n e s , 
Hi nojos 
H jerpe , 
Hj erpe , 

60, 
Hoang , 
Hobgood 

133 
Hockenb 
Hodge , 
Hoeft, 
Hogue , 
Holland 
Hollida 
Holmes , 
Holzer, 
Holzgen 
Holzner 
Honey , 
Hong, J 
Hooker , 
Hooks , 
Hooper , 
Hopki ns 
Hopp, C 
Horton , 
Horton , 

37, 
Houck , 
Houck , 
House , 
Hoyt, R 
Hu, Jud 

36, 
Hubble, 
Hubler, 

96, 
Hubner , 

44, 
Hudson , 

46, 
Hull, K 
Hunt, J 
Hunt, T 
Hunter , 
Huntsma 
Hurley , 
Hurtado 
Hurtado 
Hurtado 
Hurtado 



Tyson 109 
Aaron 54 
Matthew 190 
a, Damian 164 

Stacy 62 

Terry 

113, 190 

Lily 32, 78, 88 
-Oster, Laura 
, 172, 175 
erry, Tony 181 
Josephine 148 
Matt 112 
Jill 107, 200 
, Greg 178 
y, Jeanette 181 

Levi 77, 200 

Glenn 46 
, Margie 183 
, Glen 44 
Megan 108, 213 
ohn 213 

William 171 
Bell 29 

Alan 112, 116 
, Philip 36, 172 



: la 



113, 
190 



190 



213 
107 
200 



ory 44, 

Rachel 

Sarah 
38, 81 
Beth 97 
Molly 
Emi ly 
obert 

y 

71, 107, 

Emmalee 

Holly 
97, 107, 

Peter 
132, 190 

Shawna 
56, 100, 
imberly 
im 176 
ravis 109 

Hillary 217 
n, Kent 177 

Jennifer 190 
, Christina 190 
, Florenzo 183 
, Martha 183 
, Matt 112 



200 
178 

213 



213 
190 



Inman, Megan 96, 107 
Iribarren, Kathryn 

56, 190 
Irvine, Matt 110, 190, 

217 
Ivey, Austin 11, 113 
Izaguirre, Pilar 190 



J 



Jacob, Andrew 190 
Jacob, Vijay 37, 

110, 124 
Jamar, Danielle 34 



Jamerson, Rebecca 213 


James , - 


eff 24 


; Janecek 


Mary 183 


Janicek 


Ali 101 


Jansen , 


Jeff 190 


Janssen- 


Dewi ndt , 


Kristopher 190 


Jar rell 


Hannah 19 


Jaubert 


Yvonne 65, 190 


Jenki ns 


Jeremy 112 


} Jenkins 


John 52, 200 


Jenkinson, Stephanie 


200 




J i rles , 


Verna 183 


I Johnson 


Aaron 


24, 


25, 84, 109, 200 


' Johnson 


Annamary 190 


1 Johnson 


Brad 58, 96, 


200 




! Johnson 


Carrie 


178, 


217 


Johnson 


Gregory 207 


' Johnson 


Heather 



97, 
13 

200 



162 



56, 57, 207 
ohnson, Kirsten 

46, 47, 140, 207 
ohnson, Linda 158 
ohnson, Melissa 

82, 173 
ohnson, Sarah 

106, 137, 207 
ohnson, Sharon 
ohnson, Troy 1 
ohnston, Susan 
ones, Beverly 

98, 99, 154, 
Bridget 200 
Bryan 60 
ones, Catherine 
36, 144 

Chri stopher 
Jason 
207, 217 
Myra 97, 213 
ones, Taylor 217 
ones, Tessa 200 

Casey 42, 207 
Manny 148 
uhl, Kathleen 174 
undt, Jason 190 
urica, Mark 12, 89 
ustl, Christopher 190 



36 
ones , 
ones , 



ones , 

ones , 

77 

ones , 



ordan 
ovel , 



180 



200 



oc 



Kacher , 

Kain, E 

Kalmus , 

Kamrath 

Kan, Ce 

Kana, J 

Kanegae 

Kaspare 

Kebodea 

107 

Keeli n , 

■ Kelley, 

•Kelley, 

Kelly, 

12, 

Kelly, 



Michael 200 
dward 173 

Kristen 190 
, Steve 183 
lestine 200 
ohnathan 99, 190 
, Courtney 42 
k, Tracy 200 
ux , Tiffany 
, 200 



39, 

16 

183 



200 



Cheryl 

Gordon 

Martha 
Amanda 

13, 42, 43, 200 
Gordon 84, 213 



110, 
190 

15 

Katie 



183 
201 



164 



130 



Keltner, Josh 78, 200 
Kennedy, Burke 60 
Kennedy, Timothy 190 
Kern, Lawrence 25, 213 
Kersten, Chris 80, 207 
Key, William 

64, 113, 125, 201 
Khatain, Larissa 

104, 105, 201 
Khouri , Jeannie 146 
Kiesinger, Christine 

175 
Kight, Jennifer 

111, 119 
Kilker, Beth 46 
Kilpatrick, Ann 
King, Baker 
King, Jamie 
King, Joey 
Ki rkendall , 

96, 100 
Kleinhans, Julie 
Kliewer, Ingrid 

118, 213 
Klingler, Benjamin 

207 
Klosterman, Lacy 190 
Knapp, Brad 125, 135 

191 
Knauth 
Knecht 
Knight 

19 
Knight 
Knight 
Knight 
Kni pscher 

201 
Knorpp, Kara 79, 191 
Kobayashi , Chihiro 130 
Kobussen, Amanda 213 
Koonce, Xan 178 
Kopsovitch, Mary Beth 

17, 140, 160 
Korthals, Dawn 

11, 27, 120 
Kosarek, Jayme 
Kothmann, Wade 
Krcha, Amanda 
Krieger, Keith 
Krohn, Adam 34 
Kroll, Katherine 191 
Krueger, Erica 46, 191 
Kruger, Maria 179 
Kurtz, Tara 58, 191 
Kuttesch, Sarah 191 



Helyne 183 
Jason 44 
Betsy 
68, 108 
Jennifer 98 
Katie 191 
Shelby 125, 
Jonathan 



191 
86, 



, 133 
12, 201 
96, 201 

12, 207 
207 



X 



Laabs, Kelly 48, 107 
Labbe-Lane, Luke 109 
Lakes, Joi 15, 87, 104 
Lambert, Leigh 77, 207 
Landry, Justin 

11, 110, 201 
Lane, Jacqueline 191 
Lane, Lindsay 191 
Lane, Matthew Detmer 

185 
Lang, Jen 3 
Lange, Benjamin 213 



Lange, Steve 183 
Lankford, Jeffery 191 
Lara, Rosemary 183 
Larsen, Kelli 46, 125, 

191, 213 
Larson, Kimberly 

35, 74, 191 
Larson, Neil 191 
Lassen, Robert 

116, 142, 122, 213 
Latour, Emily 144, 191 
Laza, Jason 191 
Lea, Braxton 60 
Lea, Jennifer 191 
Lea, Megan 27, 88 
Leal-Powers, Kathryn 

191 
LeCompte, Karon 
Lee .Brian 77 , 
Lee, Elisabeth 
Leese, Mike 12 

13, 180, 217 
Leggett, David 
Lellis, Josh 34 
Leonrar i ti s , Ni ki 3 , 

35, 213 
LePage, Joe 183 
Leverenz, Erin 

88, 128, 137, 201 



-M 



162 
207 
191 



177 



191 
191 
201 



183 

191 



Lewallen, Susannah 

Lewin, Jennie 48, 

Lewis, Cheryl 107, 

Lewis, Erica 191 

Lind, John 178 

Lindinger, Phillip 

Lindloff, Josh 125 

Lindsey, Charles 

77, 84, 142, 213 

Liu, Harvey 58 

Livingston, Lee 112, 
207 

Loehman, Andrew 217 

Loescher, Mary 176 

Londos, Annie 

82, 127, 136, 146 
Ernesto 213 
Ismael 50, 144 
Janet 178 



27 
Lopez , 
Lopez , 
Lopez , 
Lopez , 
Lopez , 
Lopez , 
Lord 



Miguel 113, 191 
Sal 44, 201 
Xavier 109 
Joseph 213 
Lowder, Bohdanka 191 
Lowe, Maria 83, 173 
Lowery, Daniel 66, 110, 

119, 213 
Lowry, Sarah 191 
Lozier, Aaron 36 
Lucas, Alissa 201 
Ludtke, Katie 191 
Lumpkin, Laura 34 



Lundqui st , 

201 
Lusk, Todd 



James 112 



Lyda, I 
Lydon , 
Lyell, 
Lynch , 
17, 
Lyons , 
Lytle, 



201 
ike 183 
Donald 201 
John 112 
Becky 

18, 24, 84, 
Meagan 15 
Roy 50, 51 



107 



Mabry, Allyson 34, 

84, 143, 207 
Macias, Johnny 183 
Maddock, Kelley 36, 

106, 201 
Magnuson, Andrew 

52, 213 
Mahagan, Victor 182 
Mahannah, Nadia 177 
Maldonado, Shanna 208 
Maletic, Paul 

98, 110, 119, 191 
Manteuf f el , Jessica 

79, 80, 201 
March, Robert 17, 33 
Marek, Gary 182 
Marienfeld, Carla 136 
Marrs, John 

96, 113, 208 
Marshall, Jana 191 
Martin, Dudley 191 

Forrest 60, 208 
Heather 
68, 192 

Holly 66, 201 
Jessica 192 
Zac 133, 201 



Martin 
Marti n 
53 
Martin 
Marti n 
Marti n 
Marti nez 
Marti nez 
Marti nez 
Marti nez 
Marti nez 
Marti nez 



Carlos 3 
Inocente 
John 88, 
Mark 208 
Mary 183 
Shawn 44 



134 
183 

201 



45 

Massicotte, Karen 180 
Mathey, Benjamin 208 
Mathis, Bob 177 
Matovich, Jeff 113, 

208 
Matthews, Miriam 201 
Maurer, Martina 

144, 192 
Mayer, Sylvia 

125, 136, 213 
Mayes, Mary 

50, 51, 98, 3, 201 
Maymon, Hillary 12 
Mayorga, Brenda 201 
McAllister, Helen 

Black 20 
McAndrew, Joanna 192 
McBride, Brady 201 
McCain, Keiva 81 
McCarthy, Ashlee 

80, 103, 192 
McCaw, Matt 70, 71, 

213 
McClain, Bill 34, 112 
McClendon, Thomas 165 
McClure, Jonathan 201 
McCright, Julie 201 
McCutchen, Elinor 201 
McDaniel, Tara 192 
McEuen, Sharon 183 
McFall, Linda 180, 217 
McFarlane, Samuel 201 
McFarlin, Ryan 34, 87 
McGuire, Lloyd 19, 208 
McGuire, Margaret 

50, 192 

Index 221 



Mclver, Charles 185 
McKee, Ryan 44 
McKenzie, Jennifer 
McKinley, Gena 36, 
McLaughlin, Misty 

34, 81, 136, 217 
McLin, Eric 44, 192 
McNett, Yesenia 26, 

106, 144, 192 
Mcquary, Kimberly 2 
McRae, Rebecca 192 
Meckel, Jennifer 12 
Medell i n , Charlsi e 

68, 192 
Medina, Juanita 183 
Mehta, Persis 

103, 107, 208 
Mein, Trisha 118, 141. 

214 
Melin, Samuel 208 
Mendelow, Michael 

58, 201 
Meredith, Ted 38 
Merrill, Sam 58 
Meshew, Catherine 

74, 118, 141, 201 
Meyer, Rachel 173 
Meyer, Sarah 

48, 139, 149, 150, 201, 217 
Meyers, Chris 25 
Meyers, Helene 163 
Middendorf, Justin 192 
Milby, Amanda 142, 192 
Miles, Mike 112 
Millangue, Aimee 118, 

144, 192 
Miller, Carrie 104, 201 
Miller, Christopher 183 
Miller, Conrad 84, 

140, 160 
Miller, Erin 192, 202 
Miller, Marisa 36 
Miller, Melissa 192 
Mills, Elizabeth 192 





Morr i s , 




125 


192 


Morri s , 


201 


12, 




Morri s , 




Morri s 




Morri s , 


35, 


34, 




Morrow, 


13 


Moseley 



Millsap, Brandi 97, 
Milosevich, Vincent 
Minor, Matthew 192 
Miranda, Mary 183 
Mireles, Emmett 183 
Mitchell, Jason 192 
Mitchell, Mike 182 
Mizell, Jennifer 

79, 80, 106, 214 
Marti n 
202 
John 



208 
192 



75, 77 



Cari ne 



Moeller 

143 
Molloy , 

214 
Montbertrand 

185 
Montgomery, Patti 
Montgomery, Wally 
Moore, Ashley 48 
Moore, Beth 37 
Moore, Brett 84, 
Moore, Elizabeth 
Moore, Harry 192 
Moore, Lou Ann 78 
Moore, Travis 

60, 113, 202 
Moran, Brooke 208 
Morgan, Christopher 
Morgan, Robert 158 

222 Index 



178 
183 
192 

192 
192 



192 



Clint 83, 99, 

Dani el 
50, 202 
James 214 
, J. P. 44 
Michelle 
81, 106 
Dana 181 
, Eric 50 
Moseley, Tolly 149, 192 
Moses-Leff, Lisa 165 
Moss, Heather 

66, 108, 208 
Motl, Thomas 109 
Mottinger, Marc 44, 202 
Mount, Randy 182 
Mueller, Hillary 

56, 57, 193 
Mui r-Broaddus , 

Jacqueline 171 
Munch, Joseph 202 
Munoz, Natalie 
12, 34, 132 

Marcus 48, 193 
Matt 58, 94, 



o 



Murdock 
Murdock 

214 
Murphy , 
Murphy , 

202 
Murray , 
Murray , 
Myers , 



Naik, S 

89, 
Nail, N 
Nairn, 
Nakani s 
Nasra , 
Nasser , 

202 
Nathans 
Nau , Er 
Naukam , 
Nava, B 
Nava, S 
Naylor , 

36, 
Neal, L 
Nei ghbo 
Nelson , 
Nevi Is , 
Nguyen , 

77, 
Nicewar 

48, 
Nichols 
Ni emeye 

76, 
Ni skala 

208 
Nonmach 

110 
Norment 
Northro 
Nowli n , 



Kimberly 
Ryan 48. 



176 
140, 



Chris 179 
Pat 182 
Joy 46, 208 



tf 



unil 74, 75, 
90, 3, 137, 202 
oel 108 
Leslie 193 
hi , Emiko 130 
Michael 44, 3 
Joey 79, 80, 

on, Lauren 193 
in 103, 149, 208 

Nichole 77, 214 
enjamin 183 
teve 109 

Blayne 22, 
202 

aVonne 162 
rs , Brian 

Terri 74, 

Gigi 143 

Michael 
80, 88, 91 
ner, Melissa 

108, 109, 202 
, Simone 108 
r , Emily 

159, 133 

, Judie 2, 143, 

er, E.J . 
, 144 

, Aaron 193 
p, Emily 37, 161 
Jan 178 



171 
193 



202 



Oaks, Jason 113, 202 
Oates, Joyce Carol 28 
Obranovich, Rachel 
84, 108, 109 
'Brien, Patrick 202 
Brien, Sean 12 
'Brien, Trevor 193 
Brien . , Sean 13 
'Connell, Timothy 193 
1 Dani el , Jenni f er 183 
Odom, Adrienne 2, 193 
Olden, Kate 34 

, Amy 48, 202 
James 208 
Kyle 44 
Therese 181 
, Ginger 208 
, Tim 125 
Will 
216,214 
Tony 183 
Ore, John 174 
Orlander, Evelyne 36, 

144, 193 
Ortiz, Amanda 80, 202 
Osterkamp, Sara 202 
Owens, Janel 

75, 133, 202 
Owens, Tish 177 



Oli ver 
Olney , 
Olson, 
Olson, 
O'Neal, 
O'Neal, 
O'Neill 
48, 
Orcutt , 



9 



Packard 
Page, J 
Palmer , 
Palmier 

34, 
Panto, 

110 
Pappas , 
Paredes 
Parker , 
Parki ns 
Parks, 
Parks, 

110 
Par ri s , 

60, 
Partida 
Patlan, 
Patters 

60, 
Patters 
Paul, T 
Pauley , 
Paver , 
Paver , 
Paver , 
Peden , 
Peery , 
Peery , 
Pena, M 
Penning 

34 
Perez , 
Perez , 

193 
Perez , 



, Sar 
e n n i f 

Jess 
i , Ji 

143 
Davi d 
, 119, 

Mich 
, Asa 

Wand 
, Jac 
Don 
Ryan 
, 117, 

Scot 

113, 
, Lui 

Lind 
on, D 

193 
on, K 
aylor 

Debb 
Bob 
J immy 
Patri 
Sam 
Eliza 
Randa 
aria 
ton , 



ah 97, 
er 107 
ica 202 
Hi an 



208 



214 
ael 25, 109 
el 44, 113 
a 183 
ob 208 
161 

, 214, 216 

t 

193 

s 193 

a 144 

alias 

ay 178 

208 
ie 178 
183 

113 
ck 113, 214 
56, 108 
beth 208 
11 193 

81 
Stephani e 



Doroteo 
Orlando 

Panco, Jr 



193 

89, 110, 

183 



Perri , Chris 12, 13, 

48, 109, 202 
Peter, Jenna 17, 106 
Peters, Jen 107, 208 
Peterson, Erin 193 
Peterson, Kathryn 193 
Peterson, Meili 76 
Peterson, Sarah 

107, 214 
Petterson, Thomas 112 
Petty, Autumn 108, 214 
Petty, Sunni 

12, 37, 111, 208 
Phothisen, Dalavone 214 
Piedmont-Marton , 

Elisabeth 163 
Pierce, Rebecca 

34, 36, 90, 208 
Pierce, Trevor 64 
Pierce, Rebecca 74 
Piatt, Jackie 

12, 13, 33, 214 
Plouhar, Christopher 

193 
Plunk, Sara 202 
Polnick, Nikki 36, 

119, 193 
Pope, James 

64, 113, 193 
Poplawsky, Jacquelyn 

136, 193 
Porche, Nancy 177 
Porter, Preston 54, 
Portwood, Mary 202 
Post, Laura 214 
Power, Chris 50,209 
Powers, Mason 

44, 45, 193 
Prather, Kevin 89 
Prescott, Marianne 

104, 105, 209 
Bobby 203 
Cinthia 209 
Susannah 203 
Suzy 2, 
87, 106, 125, 
, Genevieve 



209 



203 
97, 



Pr i nee , 
Prouty , 
Prucka , 
Prucka , 

46, 
Pruneau 

193 
Pugliese, Sara 
Pukys, Tim 48 
Purdy, Jesse 171 



137 

135, 



193 



Q, 



Quimby, Stephanie 
106, 209 



(R 



Radford 
Radusch 
Radusch 
Ralei gh 
Rami rez 
Rami rez 

193 
Ramos, Ruben 
Ramser, Chris 

87, 150, 193, 
Ramsey, Pat 183 



Bob 183 
Kris 60, 113 
Stephen 193 
Bill 54, 55 
Moses 183 
Viviana 144, 



183 



217 



Randers, Tina 

12, 37, 146, 203 
Rangel, Celia 193 
Rasmussen, Thomas 203 
Rawj i , Gulnar 82 
Ray, Kelly 133 
Ready, Kari 193 
Record, Paige 

81, 96, 107, 209 
Redington, John 113 
Rees, Kristen 107, 214 
Reeves, Jeremy 

48, 88, 203 
Reichenau, Misty 

56, 203 
Reinecker , 

56, 96 
Rei si g 
Rei ter 
Remkus 
Renier 
Repa , 



Lesli e 

97, 209 
, Jodi 46, 203 
, Julia 119, 193 
, Margaret 203 
, Caroline 203 
Donald 183 



Revelle, Hellen 176 
Reyna, Elisabeth 

79, 80, 144, 193 
Rhoten, Chad 54, 193 
Riaboy, Laura 194 
Rice, Leela 34, 

146, 147 
Richey, Barry 183 
Richison, Malia 86 
Ricklefs, Reyhan 

99, 133, 214 
Ricks, Casey 44 

194 
Riddel, Mark 

26, 33, 52 
Riedel, Lisa 
Riley, Jonathan 
Ritchison, Malia 

105, 194 
Ritter, Stephanie 

70, 71, 104, 133 
Rittmayer, Ashley 

107, 214 
Rivero, Jesica 194 



, 110, 

25, 

, 113, 132 
50, 209 
194 



203 



Ri ves , 


Ashlea 58, 137 


Robeau , 


Kyle 60 


Robeau , 


Stephen 194 


Roberts 


, Kenneth 161 


Roberts 


, Rhonda 


136 


, 203 


Robinson, Chris 64, 112 


Rocher , 


Scott 149, 194 


Rodriguez, Alejandra 10 


Rodriguez, Amelia 183 


Rodriguez, Javier 


67, 


110, 203 


Rodriguez, Lauren 


48, 


194 


Rodriguez, Tara 203 


Roe, Ryan 98, 203 


Roemer 


Rick 174, 175 


Rohre , 


Aaron 


12, 


13, 36, 


98, 


110, 203 


Roles, 


Angela 77, 214 


Rollings, Breanna 


34, 


81, 146 


Romanillos, Ricardo 34 


Romero 


Brenda 144, 194 



Romi g , 

87, 
Rose, E 
Rosenbl 
Ross, A 
Ross, D 
Rossi , 
Rossman 
Row, La 
Rowell , 

39, 
Roybal , 
Roysden 

203 
Russell 

126 
Russo , 
Rust, D 
Rutledg 

48 
Ruyle , 



Robert 78, 80, 

110, 135, 194 
bony 105, 209 
urn, Emily 146 
usten 194 
ebra 194 
Michelle 203 
, Mike 178 
uren 58, 59, 

Chelsi e 

46, 88, 104, 

Desi 174 
, Christopher 

, Daria 106, 
, 203 

David 44 
ouglas 91 
e, Michael 
58, 110, 203 
Dan 64, 65 



194 



209 



S 



Romero, Lidia 183 
Romig, Nancy 194 



Saari , John 214 
Sabrsula, Erin 

37, 97, 104, 214 
Sabsevari , Sara 37 , 96 , 

203 
Salazar, Roy 183 
Salinas, Chris 54 
Salinas, Ross 50 
Salter, Jessica 209 
Sanderfer, Debbie 177 
Sanders, Dana 

10, 36, 127, 128, 203, 216 
Sandovall, Scott 178 
SanMiguel, Frank 183 
SanMiguel, Michaelle 

183 
Sappington, Barbara 97 
Schade, Tyler 112, 203 
Schaefer, Jason 209 
Schanne, Emily 214 
Schelin, Deidra 

107, 203 
Scheuling, Addie 66 
Schilling, Roy 154 
Schlaffer, Joey 60, 214 
Schmi edekamp , Ashley 

81, 209 
Schneider, Kathleen 194 
Schober, Karin 209 
Schoberle, Taylor 

104, 105, 203 
Schoener, Kyle 84 
Schoenfeld, Gretchen 

79, 106, 203 
Schroeder, Francie 176 
Schrum, Emily 194 
Schrum, Jake 22, 154, 

156 
Schubert, Megan 50, 214 
Schueling, Addie 209 
Scott, Blythe 104, 209 
Scott, Kendra 111, 203 
Scott, Tabitha 214 
Scott. , Blythe 97 
Seagraves, Ronda 56 
Seale, Amanda 116, 209 
Seale, Mandi 108 



Sedwick, Loretta 183 
Sedwick, Michael 183 
Segers, Eric 

12, 70, 71, 133, 140, 160, 

209 
Sehne, Erika 74, 194 
Sellers, Fred 161 
Sellers, Rebekah 214 
Senchack, A.J. 161 
Senclair, Roger 183 
Shamel, Kerry 179 
Sharp, Kelly 

46, 70, 71, 108, 194 
Shaw, Karl 60, 194 
Sheller, Rebecca 158 
Shelton, Mandy 194 
Shepherd, Josh 113, 209 
Sherman, Sheralyn 

126, 194 
Shields, William 194 
Shilkun, David 142, 194 
Shilling, Roy 23 
Sholars, John 194 
Sholars, Kent 52 
Shotwell, Greg 91, 194 
Siekielski , Matt 52 
Sigala, Bobbie 181 
Sikes, Nick 162 
Silva, Erica 204 
Silvers, Stacy 214 
Silverthorn, Katie 84, 

204 
Simes, Rhianna 

34, 126, 127, 209 
Simmons, Meredith 

48, 104, 204 
Simmons, Sarah 146, 194 
Simon, Jenny 162 
Sims, Terry 112 
Sitters, Laura 194 
Skladal, Sara 

98, 100, 209 
Slankard, Brian 194 
Sliva, Julia 209 
Sloan, James 

38, 50, 77, 84, 141, 142, 204 
Sloan, Meg 79, 

99, 122, 215, 217 
Smajstrla, Stephen 

133, 143, 204 
Smith, Bertram 194 
Smith, Bethany 

108, 125, 204 
Smith, Colleen 194 
Smith, Isaac 

10, 50, 51, 109 
Smith, James 194 
Smith, Justin 79 
Smith, Kim 76, 157 
Smith, Lilian 182 
Smith, Nicole 50, 209 
Smith, Ryan 209 
Smith, Sarah 178 
Smith, Steven 38, 130 
Smith, Zan 52 
Smyre, Scott 54 
Snodgrass, Josh 44, 194 
Snow, Jonathan 209 
Solesbee, Vanessa 

42, 107, 209 
Soltero, Cesar 54 
Soltero, Joe 44 
Sort in, Nick 52 



Sosa, Olga 

106, 126, 195 
Sotelo, Cesar 195 
South, Danny 

36, 48, 209 
Sparrow, Lesley 195 
Sparrow, Spencer 60 
Spencer , Erica 35 , 204 
Spiegler, Mary 104, 204 
Sprawls, Kelly 50, 69, 

204 
Spr i ngf i eld , Sara 

22, 125, 204 
Sprock, Dianne 176 
Srinivasan, Bharath 204 
St. Clair, Amanda 

81, 215 
Stallard, Kathryn 181 
Stanford, Geraldine 183 
Stanford, Terry 183 
Stanton, Jimmy 44 
Starnes, Trevor 60, 215 
Starzynski , Gail 180 
Starzynski , Laura 

46, 100, 215 
Stein, Eric 52, 204 
Stelter, Rebecca 

88, 106, 144, 195 
Stephens, Janice 177 
Stern, Charlie 44, 113, 

195 
Sternenberg, Robert 195 
Sterner, Carla 

12, 48, 204 
Stevens, Matt 58, 113, 

204 
Stevenson, Audra 

65, 195 
Stevenson, John 204 
Stewart, Emily 

46, 70, 71, 126, 195 
Stewart, John 

74, 90, 110, 119, 209 
Stewart, Joshua 

118, 124, 209 
Still, Ashley 195 
Stoner, Mark 113, 204 
Stones, David 176 
Story, Arian 46, 195 
Stout, Chris 24, 

84, 195 
Strandtmann, Joan 128 
Stratmann, Kai 52 
Stratton, Lindsay 68, 

108 
Streza, Wendy 180 
Stropes, Adrianne 

77, 209 
Stroud, Angela 56, 57 
Suarez, Ryan 209 
Suderman, Alan 

116, 148, 215 
Sumner, Cliff 183 
Sweeney, Mellissa 

106, 215 
Sykes , Anna 56 
Szafran, Adam 215 



Index 223 



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Tai , Pui 37, 71, 130, 

209 
Talbert, Tom 195 
Talbert, Scott 125 
Tamez , Antonio 183 
Tanner, Brice 131, 195 
Tarasevic, Devon 195 
Tauges, Benjamin 146, 

215 
Tavera, Celeste 

117, 204, 216 
Taylor, Melissa 

29, 35, 58, 67, 131, 195 
Taylor, Valerie 

12, 84, 204 
Terrell, David 195 
Tesch, Heidi 36, 69, 

88, 99, 121, 204 
Thedford, Rebekah 

42, 209 
Thibodeau, Michelle 204 
Thomas, Bethany 

18, 107, 2, 204 
Thomas, Caley 195 
Thomas, Kristen 

111. 204 
Thomas, Leslie 10, 204 
Thompson, Ben 52, 109, 

204 
Thomsen, Aaron 

69, 79, 80, 144, 195 
Thurman, Natalie 

96, 108 
Tijerina, Margaret 182 
Tornquist, Ericka 215 
Torres, Christy 56 
Torres, Lizette 

62, 68, 106, 144, 195 
Torres, Luz 195 
Torres, Margaret 183 
Torres, Ruben 183 
Torres, Stella 183 
Torres . , Lizette 106 
Torrez, John 183 
Torrez, Manuel 183 
Tostado, Berenice 

70, 71, 160, 195 
Toupes, Zach 79, 84, 

204 
Townsend, Janet 97, 215 
Trombley, James 60, 204 
Trumble, Allison 209 
Tucker, Laurel 195 
Turner, Kelly 107, 204 
Turner, Stephanie 215 



Vl 



Underhill, James 210 
Urban, Cara 

103, 107, 180, 204 



V 



Vain, DLacey 76 
Valdes, Maricruz 183 

224 Index 



Valdez, Denise 97, 101, 

125, 215 
Valdez-Soto, Maria 

Guadalupe 101,125 
Valera, Janelle 38, 210 
Valera, Nell 123 
Valian, Peter 183 
Valleti , Mary Jane 217 
Valverde, Nellie 34 
Van Camp, Camilia 34 
Van Danen, Eric 178 
Vance, Charlton 

118, 215 
Vandigriff, Scott 

96, 204 
VanSlyke, Renee 176 
Varner, Victoria Star 

157 
Vasquez, Vanessa 

124, 195 
Vaughan, Eric 50, 210 
Vaughn, Lee 71, 204 
Vazquez, Ana 

37, 97, 124, 215 
Veerkamp, Patrick 157 
Velazquez, Marcela 36, 

131, 144, 195 
Verkest, Karlie 77, 204 
Vetters, Kristen 204 
Villa, Vicente 

83, 155, 158 
Villarreal, Adela 183 



w 



Waggoner, Kyle 

110, 119, 215 
Waite, Sally 97, 107 
Walbridge, Peter 210 
Wald, Rebecca 36, 

42, 74, 3, 204 
Walden, Laney 62, 96 
Waldrop, Kelli 204 
Walker, Emily 97, 108 
Walker, Leslie 81, 215 
Walker, Ryan 87, 195 
Wall, Daniel 33, 109 
Wallace, Tricia 195 
Waller, Patrick 34 
Wallis, Rachel 215 
Wallis. , Rachel 107 
Walseben, Blair 79, 84, 

195 
Walter, Nathaniel 113, 

195 
Ward, Keri 50, 126, 195 
Ward, Kristy 

106, 137, 215 
Warlick, Catherine 

80, 106, 195 
Warner, Andrew 112, 215 
Watkins, Pat 44, 195 
Watson, Dilay 195 
Watson, Todd 183 
Watt, Loren 2, 91, 195 
Watts, Brooke 65, 108 
Watzek, Kurt 60 
Webb, James 205 
Webb, Joel 205 
Webb, Marcail 196 



Webster, Brent 

12, 110, 205 
Welch, Jamin 52 
Wells, Brendan 109 
Wells , Jessi ca 

58, 59, 196 
Welsh, Tiffany 205 
Welter, Bree 86, 2, 205 
Werst, AmyLou 78 
Westfahl, Jay 60 
Westmoreland, Justin 

54, 196 
Whaley, Ali 108 
Wheeler, Beverly 178 
White, Jen 36,79, 196 
Whited, Melissa 

27, 127, 205 
Whitley, Desiree 

107, 210 
Whitt, Amanda 210 
Widmer, Jay 64, 112 
Widmer, Jocelyn 48 
Wiens, Angela 196 
Wiese, Larry 23 
Wilds, Becky 97 
Wilds, Gaylene 178 
Wilds, Rebecka 215 
Wiley, Chad 60, 196 
Wilke, Krista 36, 

58, 107, 205 
Williams, Corey 34, 81, 

215 
Willi ams , Emi ly 

36, 62, 117, 205 
Williams, Kenton 196 
Williams, Keverly 

126, 196 
Williams, Melissa 

98, 215 
Williams, Sara 98, 215 
Williams, Tanya 180 
Williams, Timeka 

3, 124, 126, 146 
Williamson, David 183 
Williamson, Spencer 196 
Williamson, Wallace 196 
Willims, Keverly 105 
Willing, Lee 48 
Willis, Traci 183 
Wilmes, Jennifer 205 
Wilshire, Jed 215 
Wilson, Dan 79, 196 
Wilson, Laura 24 
Wilson, Sarah 3 
Wilson, Ty 12, 67, 110 
Wilson-Brown, Sharon 

210 
Winborn, Leigh-Ann 107, 

215 
Winfree, Jill 210 
Winkler, Adam 

60, 113, 196 
Winn, Sarah 

32, 106, 137, 205 
Winnubst, Shannon 172 
Wise, Anni 108 
Wise, Sarah 12, 210 
Witherspoon, Travis 205 
Wivagg, Eric 215 
Wolfe, Barbara 22 
Wolfe, Leigh Ann 56, 

97, 210 
Wong, Laura 58 



Woodman, Jane Schrum 

20, 154 
Woodruff, Bennett 

110, 196 
Woodruff, Tim 84, 215 
Woods, Lewis 205 
Woody, Jamie 180 
Woytaksczyk, Jared 

54, 55, 196 
Wright, Jimmy 2, 122, 

210 
Wright, Kristen 210 



r 



Yamanaka, Bobby 44, 


Yoder 


Heather 


12 


, 48, 120, 205 


York, 


Andrew 210 


York, 


Drew 112 


Young 


Adena 196 


Young 


Allison 132, 


Young 


Christina 210 


Young 


Eric 44, 205 


Young 


Mary 161 


Young 


Roger 179 


Yoxall 


., Dan 178 



2: 



Yu, Hong 181 



Z 



Zalkovsky, Emily 

132, 205 
Zamorano, Alejandra 

144, 196 
Zarate, Dominga 183 
Zavala, Torivia 183 
Zinda, Jack 10, 113 
Zinda, John 54, 205 
Zoumanigui, Bakary 14 

126, 205 
Zuniga, Christian 196 
Zwicky, Anne 210 






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